Abhishek Pramanik

Rookie (05-11-1990 / Jamshedpur, Jharkhand, India)

On The Lines Of Existence Poem by Abhishek Pramanik


Let me breath into the heaven of ecstasy
Let the thorn of time also prick me
I strive to experience what lies ahead
Oh heart, thou shall not trick me..

For I shall sail into the sea of sadness
A sea which has no shore
The moments of madness shall unfold
An existence lost within its deep uproar..

No heavenly beam, no signs to tell
No predictions I shall be granted
For let the soul be free and feel
Whatever longings it had always wanted…

Lessons are there yet to be learned
A whole chapter of meaning lies
On the path of self discovery, we have earned
To fight and struggle, to toil and rise..

Many a days have gone in vain
Many a days shall still be lost
But oh destiny, u shall always gain
Those unfulfilled wishes-at any cost..

Submitted: Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, January 7, 2014

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