Akash the cool boy


I DON'T UNDERSTAND THE WAY THE LIFE GOES Poem by Akash the cool boy


I don't understand the way the life goes...
Sometimes we bow in front of it and sometimes in front of us it bows,
I don't understand the way the life goes...

To share in life we meet friends,
We enjoy a lot until they leave us,
New friends come with lot of fun;
But leave us leaving the memories,
Sometimes of happiness and sometimes of sadness, plants it grows
I don't understand the way the life goes...

To learn in life we meet our teachers,
They teach and develop our features,
They try to make us good citizens,
And because of them we stand,
Sometimes on feet and sometimes on toes,
I don't understand the way the life goes...

Parents are God's precious gift,
They take our care&give us a lot of love,
They leave us one day just with tears,
Memories spent with them are unforgettable,
God takes our god from us that is unforgivable,
Sometimes of marry and sometimes of sorrow it shows,
I don't understand the way the life goes...

Submitted: Thursday, May 10, 2007
Edited: Thursday, February 24, 2011

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