Ankur Beohar

Injunctions Poem by Ankur Beohar

Two worlds that I live in, both live on the shore of a sea

One, impregnated with the dreams of the rise
The other, giving me a life to surmise
One, of hope of the kingdom of dawn
The other impressive, it's lust to which I am drawn
One, imbibing the finesse of details
Other of the solitude, yearning to find solace
One of the currency filled with psychic light
The other of the dimes, giving away material delight

And I on the cross-roads
The junctions that sustains two worlds
Both appeal to me, and the path ahead looks curled
But maybe deep within, I know what choice I would make
Give up the temporal, to the eternal I know I will awake!

Submitted: Sunday, July 20, 2014

Topic of this poem: life

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