Amann Aroraa

(28 March 1993 / New Delhi)

I versus the world


Being blessed a bit better than most.
Noble notion of nursing settles in his coast.
Spirited spirit to serve the mankind.
Subtly sinks and sustains his mind.

Million means of mastering his mission,
Dreams dancing in dah-dum fashion.
Tragically though the trends cease.
Deceased dreams cause dramatic unease.

Rigorous reality ruefully ruins his aim.
Primitive patterns of practicality claim.
Vigorous, vicious web veils his daily grind.
Bounteous battles of being already lined.

For fiercest of forces,
Most mightiest of men,
Life is but
I versus the world.

Submitted: Saturday, February 02, 2013
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In the power world, ordinary folks are uninspired and unequipt to bring changed as they are fighting for their own bits.

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