praneeth remidi

(17-Nov-85 / Warangal)

Crazy Relief


' what's on your mind' my Relief probes
And I always have two extremes
Either a lakh lines inexpressible
Or words less immense emotions to let out

I know I could never answer my relief
So I start running away from it
And I run and run and run and run

When two heavy clouds collide,
I run as if the thunder falls on me
Among the mountains of small rocks,
I run as if the earth quake chases me
And I just run and run and run and run

After the last dropp of my sweat I can't help giving up
But again the relief asked me what's on your mind
The relief pricks me harshly and hits me hardly
Harshly like the curved thorn at the mid foot
And Hardly like the hailstones on ankle

Now neither I can run nor can I answer
I sit quietly exhausted
Now the relief holds my lungs and heart
My breathe runs and my blood rushes
Tears run in fear, fears run in tears
Tears run and fears run

I search for showers to cover up my tears
I rush for a mask to hide my fears
Then I cry in me and I cry with me
And I cry in me and I cry with me

Submitted: Sunday, June 03, 2012

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