Treasure Island

Pragyan Dutta

(4/11/1988 / Bhubaneswar)


Sometimes our karma acts like an volunteer harlot
Sometimes enough is just almost enough

Submitted: Sunday, November 24, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 25, 2013
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Sometimes viewing is dis affirm
And not knowing is the remedy for complexion
Cobalt life will not furnish you to mortality
Sometimes the rain stops in the between to make you feel that your tears haven't
Sometimes coldplay fix you can't really fix you
Sometimes you 're more expressive than your words
Sometimes fascination will dispatch you or make you ill
Sometimes our powerful statement can't punch someone's face
Sometimes we breathe to make our-self believe that we 're alive
Sometimes we 're happy for no reason
Sometimes our last hideaway is silence
Sometimes our factual walk of life turns out to be our mendacious anxiety
Sometimes we perform the way we are and get surprised by it
Sometimes we too became narcissistic to understand emotions
Sometimes we butcher our self to know who we really are
Sometimes forever don't last too long
Sometimes our voices are not prepared to be heard
Sometimes we need others to tell us that it's alright to be wrong
Sometimes our karma acts like an volunteer harlot
Sometimes enough is just almost enough

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