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Harindhar Reddy

(Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

Jiggle-joggle! Giggle-goggle! A LONE WOLF Struggles in the Jungle!


Ships pass in the night speaks only a signal shown by choice
To other ships passing by – it’s a distant voice in the darkness;
Same as the ocean of life, one speaks by a look and a voice
To another then darkness again and silence in the duskiness.
Jiggle-joggle! Giggle-goggle! A lone wolf struggles in the jungle!

My heart flinches as another heart doesn’t answer and a frown,
My mind squinches if he hears only the echoes of my own;
Thoughts and finds no other inspiration - in frustration I am;
For A-Z loneness is my home, right to the end alone I am!
Jiggle-joggle! Giggle-goggle! A lone wolf struggles in the jungle!

Loneliness is killing me with spine-chilling terror, I can’t bear;
Loneliness is tormenting me with thousand hells; I can shed a tear;
I don't want to sleep as loneliness digs a hole in me – oh my dear!
I love everyone but none can hear nor come near but one fear.
Jiggle-joggle! Giggle-goggle! A lone wolf struggles in the jungle!

Alone each minute, alone each hour of every night and day,
Alone I walk the streets at night, alone I live, alone I dream,
Alone I eat, alone I sleep; alone I weep, I cry and I scream!
Alone I stay, alone I lay; alone I pray to end this life – I say......
Jiggle-joggle! Giggle-goggle! A lone wolf struggles in the jungle!

Submitted: Monday, November 07, 2011
Edited: Monday, November 07, 2011

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  • Vipins Puthooran (2/5/2012 5:32:00 AM)

    [I love everyone but none can hear nor come near but one fear]
    your heart shows it when you're in lonliness//
    It's an excellent poem! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • Jacqui Broad (11/7/2011 11:52:00 PM)

    This is so different from your other poetry... How can one console a heart that's lonely? Harry, my friend, you write equally as well when feeling lonely as you do feeling in high spirits...I'll give you a smile to cheer you up :) ! (Report) Reply

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