Treasure Island

Neelapu Suresh

(Andhra Pradesh, India)

Poem Of Agony


I couldn't speak
I couldn't see
I couldn't walk
I couldn't help you at that time

I couldn't bare
I couldn't withstand
I couldn't tolerate

The incident which took place
in front of my eye's
The situation at that time was
hard to me!
to me!

when your eye's looked for help
I couldn't help you at that time

I couldn't speak
I couldn't see
I couldn't walk
I couldn't help you at that time

When you were in trouble
when you were in sorrow
my hand's shook me off because

I couldn't bare
I couldn't withstand
I couldn't tolerate

I was helpless at that time
the situation was so critical to me

I couldn't close my eye's
I couldn't say
I couldn't explain my agony at that time

When your eye's saw me
My heart broke into pieces

Submitted: Thursday, December 22, 2011
Edited: Thursday, December 22, 2011

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