Aayush Pandey

Rookie - 90 Points (1996-09-16 / Tamsariya-7, Nawalparasi, Nepal)

Scattered Poem by Aayush Pandey


I stepped to this ravine,
But with limbered desires.
I was born single viewed,
I was always meditative to scat
All the ominous ahead, despite
Lots of treachery breed here,
In this world,
That made my path even more tricky.

Yeah! Change is always inevitable.
Now, I've also changed.
Cause of the endless road of desires,
I'm walking on,
Straight in to the world of prestidigitation,
Its so wrathful, so hungry, so crowded,
So illusional, so painful, so hateful.

Yeah, change had changed me.
I have come to become arrogant.
Cause of the straight circle of soil,
I'm walking round and round,
Around the world of scattered pieces.
Trying to pick them up, sum them up.

We shall never get done,
I wont get done too,
We shall never ever be satisfied, I won't either.
We all know, this world isn't supposed to be like this.
Nature had different plans.
Plans of unity with rules of purity and
A Motto of 'unscattered lives'

Published on The Kathmandu Post as on September 8,2014

Submitted: Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 04, 2015

Topic of this poem: Art


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