Sambidhan Acharya

Rookie (1986-12-21 / Kathmandu, Nepal)

OBITUARY


When you were there, all the fantasies were mine
All those stars seemed fetchable,
Even those heavens, I didn’t cared for it,
But from the moment you passed away
All those retrievable facts became unbelievable grief
That grief from which I am still not out.

I remember those days, when you taught me how to walk
Those days, when you taught me my first letter
The days, where you fed me by your hand
And also taught me stand still in my legs
You were the most familiar to me
After your absence that thing rally misses me

Today I can see you presence in the frame
You left without giving chance to share the feeling
I too loved you as much you cared me
Only letter in the newspaper are left now to say
But those letter can be tore and thrown
But my love towards you will never fade

I am very annoyed with you
After your demise
You left all the debtors to hurt my eyes
And also those people who want my freshness
Hate them all
But sake of you has to company them

Everything has been changed since you are dead
All those childish in me has gone is vain
I am talking like a hoarse man
Connecting the files to respond me well
As if you did in the past
But papa I miss there as well

Your ash has so far not got watered
But, your so called friends have consulted me for their matter
Same old money they say all the time
And also for they don’t have words to file
I am waiting for that day again
When I will pay them all and stand for a day in sun

You left me with changing my feelings
You left me to know this world how it is
You left me with now changed firm mother
You left me to know who real friends are
You left me to know the struggle for existence
But these things you could has taught me at your life
No need was there to leave me
Still I love you the same as before
And pay a sincere obituary to you my father

Submitted: Tuesday, May 23, 2006

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