Nikhil Parekh

Rookie - 488 Points (27/08/1977 / Dehradun, India)

life after death


My eyes open with tremendous velocity,
my lips mumble the essence of life,
my teeth grit, like a formidable fortress,
my body probes with upsurgent fervor,
as i am exuberant beyond capacity.
{1}

the pain subsides to nothingness,
a memorandum of life time cherishment,
as the unprecedented force of destiny,
the curtain spread of wilderness,
strikes a deal with the traumatic cadence of survival,
mesmerized by the amazing body machinery,
dictating a 'sizzling new chapter of existence'
{2}

ah! many a lesson learnt,
fiddling with natural mechanisms,
leads to the horrendous path of treacherous agony,
evaporating every ounce of enthusiasm,
drowning 'me' into dark cataclysmic waters.
{3}

the drainpipe of creativity,
finally succumbing to human fallacy,
trying to breathe through minute pores of legitimate
versatility,
devastated every minute by the inevitable lechery of
self productivity,
with an abysmal desire to challenge almighty,
leading to convulsive repetitions of suicidal
simplicity,
finally assassinating the eccentric chapter,
of sinful imagination,
dismantling the torrid structure of rigid thought
flow,
from its very non existent roots,
accentuating 'harmony with nature'
as the ' peak of reality'

Submitted: Sunday, August 17, 2014

Topic of this poem: poetry


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