Zuellah Huma Ahmed


No more is Life


No more does anything exist
No more life is in my wrist
Time that life had held so tight
No more flies with its flight
The clocks around me keep ticking still
But my arms on them shall not move on their will
Waters stopped flowing
Air dances no more
Willows will not be wilting
Leaves shedding no more
No more does life exist
Beyond the reach of life
Beyond my fleshy existence
Beyond life in it

Copyrights © Zuellah Huma Ahmed

Submitted: Sunday, March 13, 2011
Edited: Sunday, March 13, 2011

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