Abhinit Chute (abz)

Rookie - 67 Points (23/7/1996 / Nagpur)

Convincing the dragon Ouroboros


Oh, Ouroboros!
I've come here to plead,
Just stop eating your own tail,
Conflict is all i need..

Oh, Ouroboros!
We've just defeated our foes;
And this battlefield's too hollow,
We can't just wander on our toes!

Oh, Ouroboros!
For us PEACE is a DISEASE!
To battle is our life,
Without which we all would cease..

Oh, Ouroboros!
I'm challenging you for war;
To live in peace is like hell,
I'd rather die from you in dark!

Oh, mighty Ouroboros!
You're the symbol of disaster!
Now lay down this lollipop,
Come for fight, oh dragon master!

Oh, Ouroboros!
I might be sounding quite insane;
But just let us live the battle of our lives..
Come on, kill us & die again!

Submitted: Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: war and peace

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In a certain examination I was given a scenario wherein I'm a victor who finds no life in peace after winning a war. A dragon named Ouroboros used to devour its own tail and kill itself thus. I was supposed to convince him for war and kill us. So in the poem, the victor is the narrator!

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