17saurabh17 poet


sometimes those sudden attacks in life


Sometimes i try my best
but do not succeed
sometimes i get what i want
but not what i need
sometimes i feel to sleep
but remain sleepless
like there is no sleep(rest) in my life
sometimes the sun looks bright
but suddenly it loose its light
appears like a black hole
soaking all my hopes
leaving me alone
sometimes those sweet people makes me sweet
but suddenly the reality makes
the feeling bitter like anything
sometimes i feel waves of happiness all around
but suddenly the scream of horrified silence
turns everything down
life is full of sudden and surprising attacks
i should know
and live my life
being strong and bold
till the rise of the final blow
till the rise of that final blow

Submitted: Sunday, January 27, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, January 29, 2013

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life is a journey and in this walk of life, the prediction of obstacles coming forth is almost impossible.so sometimes these sudden attack in life almost blow up in sudden isolation but still we as as a fighter realize this face and struggle and stand up again to walk the walk of life.

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