veeraiyah subbulakshmi


How is your blanket?


When you remove the convenient blanket,
I cover my entire body and mind width,
I am agitated and fused, not having the desire,
To throw away the blanket to be frank and happy,

This blanket is very precious during the moment of,
Awkward situation and I take it immediately,
And cover my face; the world will become dark,
I feel comfortable, spurting emotions hid,

Blankets may be in any form of self conflict,
Continuous talking to be a big dot and discredit,
Exposing all those read and regurgitated,
With technical terms can’t be understood,

The open mouths look very awful,
When the blanketed human starts to speak,
Fails to stop to spread the spray of balm,
To the aching joints that need to be repaired.

Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013
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