Kushagra Goyal


In The Cyclone Poem by Kushagra Goyal


Ambling on the highway
I see dark clouds all around
Stillness like a graveyard
Like the day when I was born
The doomsday is coming
Its calmness before a storm
I am perplexed and am dismal
because I am in the cyclone

I am in the cyclone
Struggling all alone
They all wanna get a Zion
Everything will be gone
We are in the cyclone
We are in the cyclone

The sun's still on the zenith
A tornado on the horizon
They don't bother 'bout it
Whether there be another dawn
Everyone is on zero ground
Stabbing and killing someone
I am perplexed and dismal
because I am in the cyclone


I am in the cyclone
Struggling all alone
They all wanna get a Zion
Everything will be gone
We are in the cyclone
We are in the cyclone

Wake up, Bright up

Get up, Light up
Make up, Fight up
Save it, you got to stand up


I am in the cyclone
Struggling all alone
They all wanna get a Zion
Everything will be gone
We are in the cyclone
We are in the cyclone

Submitted: Thursday, September 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013

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