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Anurag Kumar

(26/05/1987 / New Delhi, India)

Death of Star Lavinor

The star that was proud of itself.
The star that shone brighter than life.
The star that once loved to live his life.
One who believed in eternal time.
Star that was loved for the way he
Shone at nights.
The star that will end in no time.

He was proved wrong for whatever he did,
He was shown wrong for whatever he thought.

Life was no fun now,
Every day passed by, with a buzzing sound.
No interest to live,
No hope of things being right.

He believed, and believed, and believed,
A time will come,
He will once again love to live his life.

Chances were rare,
As life seem to disappear,
In the pyre that burnt inside,
He burnt his emotions insane.

He was dying,
As his heart longed to tell.
The woods of emotion,
Ocean of feelings,
For those for whom,
He loved to live,
For those who were his strength,
His power,
Were as pure as eternal time.

No one seemed to care,
His emotions dug a hole inside,
Life came out with the spade.

He was living, but died inside.
He could not believe,
He did such a blunder in life.

No interest to be happy was left,
Felt no need to enjoy,
His smile disappeared in the unknown,
He was nothing more then a creature left,
He was left with his melancholy, all alone.

Burnt in pyre,
Buried in grave,
He lay there,
With his crying heart.

Looking at the stary night,
He cried and gasped all night,
For those whom he loved the most in life.

He lay in the graveyard,
With his emotions dying,
He lay motionless,
As breeze passed by.

He could not believe,
He lost his passion,
Lost his dream,
Lost his aim,
Lost his goal,
Lost a sight of his crystal dream.
Just by one mistake that he did.
He lost everything in life.

At last, its light dimmed,
Turned into a burning lamp,
Like reflection of pyre, it shuddered,
As last ray of hope in the sky it was,
It streaked across the sky, hidden from the sight,
And never again shone in the sky.

Like a painted background,
Lies the mighty night,
With no more gracious Lavinor.
The star that shone brighter than light,
The star that shone brighter than life.

Submitted: Sunday, December 16, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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