Pratisha Karki

(Nepal)

I am there


I am there,
but i am not satisfied.
I guess, I wanted to,
achieve my goal.
but i am confused,
if that was it.

I am there,
but I am not,
I believe that,
this was the
moment of my life,
but my heart,
doesn't except it.

I am there,
but I don't feel like,
this is where,
I wanted to be.
I wonder where did I really
desired to.

I am there,
but my soul,
is still ungratified.
If I remember,
this was the mission,
of my life
for which I prayed to God days and night.
but I am still,
not appeased.

I am there,
but I am still,
wondering,
was this the last
target of my life?

Submitted: Saturday, September 20, 2008
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