wasim iqbal


Darkness And Light Poem by wasim iqbal


Night falls and i mutate to a killing
Machine... day rises and i gravitate

Darkness and light fight all together,
Side by side, smiling to each other

Seeing you cry, seeing you smile, makes me
mutate and you all will die

Light falls
Darkness falls
We are one and one for all
But to death more

There you are coming from a point of no return
Where the grim shall slay you to pieces

Here i am waiting for you to smile again because am coming
For you

Darkness and light fight all together,
side by side, smiling to each other

Light falls (you shall too)
Darkness falls (you shall too)
We are one and one for all
but to death more and your no more

Night falls and i mutate to a killing
Machine... day rises and i gravitate

Darkness and light fight all together,
Side by side, smiling to each other

There you are coming from a point of no return
Where the grim shall slay you to pieces

Light falls (you shall too)
Darkness falls (you shall too)
We are one and one for all
But to death more

Submitted: Tuesday, August 14, 2007
Edited: Monday, March 28, 2011
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