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Harindhar Reddy

Rookie - 299 Points (Sept/19/1983 / Haliya, Hyderabad, India)

Mishmash! Wish-wash! A LONELY FISH Washes Away in Troubled life Seas!


Among twinkling stars – blue, red, yellow, I am blue with lonely flu!
Among the glossy stars, I am a dark space, a black hole, a black dwarf;
My life sucks for lonely bucks, everything sucks by lonely heat blue,
Squashed inside, packed outside by lonely gravity sucks – it kicks me off!
Mishmash! Wish-wash! A lonely fish washes away in troubled life seas.
Cock-a-hoop! Cock a snook! Oh my god! Lonely fish weeps in sleep!

Night has started, brain is heated – a lonely man repeated word ‘awful’;
I read lonely book full, It can be harmful, and it can be dreadful;
My heart is filled with empty space, my mind killed in the rat race!
Life dies inside me; hope dies outside as no one is beside my face;
Mishmash! Wish-wash! A lonely fish washes away in troubled life seas.
Cock-a-hoop! Cock a snook! Oh my god! Lonely fish weeps in sleep!

Alone I am in blowing wind as I stood in dark ravine of lonely ground!
Alone I am, I heard a baying sound – a tiny translucent gray cloud;
Alone I am, it is the loudest noise in the silence – a howling cry!
Alone I am, it echoes everywhere – I can’t explain any more – I’m dry;
Mishmash! Wish-wash! A lonely fish washes away in troubled life seas.
Cock-a-hoop! Cock a snook! Oh my god! Lonely fish weeps in sleep!

Alone I am wherever I go; alone I am whatever I do, I’m a lonely flower;
Alone I am in depression, alone I am in frustration – oh lonely sparrow!
Alone I am in today, alone I am tomorrow – all the time in sorrow....
Alone I am – lift me up, alone I am – help me out of the lonely river.
Mishmash! Wish-wash! A lonely fish washes away in troubled life seas.
Cock-a-hoop! Cock a snook! Oh my god! Lonely fish weeps in sleep!

Submitted: Tuesday, November 08, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, November 09, 2011

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  • Rookie - 840 Points Unwritten Soul (11/10/2011 3:48:00 PM)

    How can lonely fish washed away in troubled life seas...Fishes cant live without water, and troubled sea no matter how salty tears taste like or it be, water is better than land/air..what i mean here as if you are a fish and live in stormy seas, that's a challenge we need to face my friend, as water is your life..no matter how hard it is, that's a life for a fish hahahaha...dont worry my friend, dont feel alone all the way, we are here for you..we are a group of fish to swim in group..we never experienced a storm if we are at the bottom of the sea...dropp your bad feelings, you are blessed without noticing it lay in you :) The writing you have done really amazing, write more, dont waste it my friend_Unwritten Soul (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Crimson Love (11/9/2011 11:46:00 AM)

    Every single one of your poems are truly amazing! I love this one expecially! :)

    'Night has started, brain is heated – a lonely man repeated word ‘awful’;
    I read lonely book full, I can be harmful, and it can be dreadful; '

    ^^perhaps my favorite lines, but the whole poem blew me away! :) (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Jacqui Broad (11/8/2011 10:16:00 PM)

    I'm washed away! Really liked these lines 'Life dies inside and hope outside as there's no one beside my face.'
    Sometimes we take it for granted to have a person sleeping next to us, holding us. Your loneliness is making you write exquisitively... (Report) Reply

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