Mallika Tripathi

Rookie - 47 Points (15 August / Lucknow)

Impossible


Impossible is a word
Making everything possible

It's a challenge
To prove your worth
To be an exemplary
To take an oath on the shore
To accept a complicated task
That was never accomplished before.

It's a commitment
To work harder
To pass sleepless nights
To stop enjoying the worldly pleasures
Unless you succeed in relieving the pressure

It's a kind of cynicism
Driving you mad
Working like lemmings you start hallucinating
Become a day dreamer,
Striving hard but resulting in a flicker.

It's a Desire
To be on the top
To prove the generations wrong
To create a niche in the world
To listen to the voice that was often unheard.

It's a Motivation
Inspiring you to reach to the heights
Where you succeed amidst darkness
While bringing the heavenly light

Submitted: Thursday, July 03, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 03, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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