gajanan mishra

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I am really mad Poem by gajanan mishra


Looking at you
I am really mad.
I am really mad
Listening your words.

You are saying
The sun is rising in the east
And setting in the west
Knowing fully well that
There is no east or west
The sun is neither rising
Nor going to set anywhere.

You are telling a lie
Before all in the open market
And for this they all
Knowing this false giving you
Awards prizes positions
For you dare to speak the lie
I am not with the people
Around you as I know the truth.

It is not that all are ignorant
It is not that people know not
What is truth what is real
It is not that I am telling lie
But they say me mad and mad
When I am going to protest them
When I am going to say the truth.

In this world of falsehood
See I am smiling I am laughing
I am singing I am dancing
I am writing poems for You
And doing nothing doing nothing
They all said I am mad
Yes I am mad and I am happy within me
I am mad only for You only for Your world.

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013
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false world and true words.

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