Treasure Island

Sunny Chopra

(30th January / India)

My Culpability

Felonious I get proven,
trying to uphold my calm

Lending humane shoulder
for hurts proffering balm

Got known as delinquent
as emotions I suppressed

Stood by most of others
in their times depressed

Aberrant too get branded,
since to feelings I relate

Unable to twist sentiments
or stark reality manipulate

Anomalous I got described
when fidelity tried to pursue

Introspecting life logically
lest it caused worry undue

If it marks me atypical
having followed valid path

I'll humbly accept awards
in the resultant aftermath

Best is to endure realism
than argue other's premise

Futile would prove opposing
if you deem it so otherwise

Deserving to be damned
I am that living paradigm

Awaiting ordained judgments
for many an innocent crime

Submitted: Sunday, October 13, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 07, 2014
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