Mittur Ramprasad


MAY AS WELL LIVE


MAY AS WELL LIVE

Don’t even remember when I got on life’s train
I am in the dark about my final destination
Watching new passengers getting on board in different stations
Time after time I am lost with no explanation
Learning about life’s long journey its rules and regulations
That keeps changing everyday putting me in confusion
Not knowing where I am going except for my imagination
That runs wild like a horse with no reins
May as well live with what I have been given
Taking one moment at a time with no complaints
As it won’t change the complexion of the situation
Living with hope and faith may in end bring salvation
Just following the force that is supposed to be divine
Having no choice of getting off rain or shine
Till the journey of my life ends on its own
I have to stay on train with predestined plan
Not knowing what the future holds in my horizon
Just following the wind with my inner vision
Whatever it brings trying to keep the slate clean
With no way of knowing what my fate has written

Submitted: Sunday, January 18, 2009

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