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Shahid Hussain Chouhdry

Rookie - 10 Points (25-03-1991 / Bahawalpur, Punjab Pakistan)

Freedom


I want freedom, freedom from All,
Misery and where no worries not at all,
When I sat gloomy, and blue,
Repent on my failure and rue,
How this life is full of pains,
I need nothing yet no gains,
I seek freedom, free from infidelity,
Free from grieve, hatred, enmity,
And this life has no aim and fame,
To those a Journey, To me a lame,
Remember this is a shadowy game,
Who sow trinquality, get the same,
Then I search my freedom, free from inutile goal,
Free from mind, body and Soul.

Shahid Hussain Ch. Bwp Pk

Submitted: Monday, May 26, 2014
Edited: Monday, May 26, 2014

Topic(s): emotions


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Yet this world is fertile and wild also, sometime I feel eccentric and swirls in between of my thoughts.I wrote this in a very depressive and despair manner.

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