Saurav Sudhir


I Walk... I Walk With Me


I Walk…..I Walk with Me.


The time to go presents itself quite near
The walk I make begins with a dollop of Fear
I’m aware that once the correct direction I steer
The goal of my life will become crystal clear

I walk the path many have trodden
But still I feel something foreboden
With milestones ahead and expectations on head
I walk; I walk with me until I am dead!

Stigmatic views on enigmatic woes
Make greatest of friends saddened foes
With wisdom comes sacrifice that I’ve learned
No long before the last wick burnt.

I’m packed a heavy heart on excited mind
To embark on a journey to that magnanimous find
Stairways of opportunities with the odd notorious bend
I walk; walk with me till the very end!

Submitted: Tuesday, February 08, 2011
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