Vivek Tiwari (23 July 1985 / Gaura (R.S.) Pratapgarh)
Death Can Not Frighten Me
You can never object my path!
The fierce fury upon thy face
Can't a least afright my race!
Thou art shadow of fright and horror,
Thou art frantic falcon of fear,
Fluttering over my head and around,
Aiming at me your beak violent.
Oh I see thee frantically wander
Placing thy hands upon my right shoulder!
But thy furious rage-
That upon you always pride-
Can never frighten nor stop me stride!
I remind you devote me rather
Coz always you serve my Father
My Father-whose love I'm blessed
And my Mother-
Under whose affectionate fonds I rest!
O thou fool!
Thou bewildered fellow!
The object thou wishest to prey upon
Is a shadow,
A beguiling fancy,
That thou waste thy labour upon!
And I shall be!
Till sun shall shine,
Till earth shall live,
Till stars and comets are free
I was, I am and I shall be!
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Poet's Notes about The Poem
We were existed, we are existing and we shall exist till end of end.
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