Sandhya S.N

(Dec 28th / Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India)

Solemn oath and truth

It is the proclaim by mystic
Illegible ordain on forehead
Both sage and savage shall take
The solemn oath to let be born

One may get scared at sight
Even those symptoms of sigh
And suspect it as the tide
That engulfs to divine the oath

He is wicked and witty
Without aware of stage etiquette
He plays the game cunningly
And make beware, the evil oath

I took that oath in hurry burry
In that haste of visit to earth
He carved it in illegible letters
The time and tide of my reclaim

How and when I don’t know still
But it haunts me as menace
That entwines me to brutal kill
To make my oath realistic pride

I know well that I can’t find
Get rid of those wicked spies
Who always ramble along with me
And spell that oath to remind me

You and I shall always be
Aware of that divine truth
We shall return this world once
With bare foot and with barren hands


Submitted: Friday, April 24, 2009

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