Fire - Poem by Mallika Tripathi
Fire resembles the burning desires,
In umpteen ways,
It never let you tire
You continue greedily
To fulfil your lust
Unless you reach behind the wire.
You become a crook, a liar
Keeping aside the sermons
You celebrate to tyrannise
Often putting yourself in mire.
In anguish you hid in a byre
Executing the beings
You try to rest on a tyre.
The moment you defy the sire
It force you to enter into an inferno
Scalding your body, charring your soul
It puts you on the pyre.
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