Shefali Singh

(16-07-1995 / varanasi)

Speak something! ! why are you dumb


Please say dear, speak something,
Don’t be dumb, I am listening,
If not then why are you lying cold on ground,
Everywhere that red blood spread around.


Are you fine, okay or anything wrong,
Why everyone has covered their mouth as if smelt pong,
They are not answering me at least you me,
My questions and queries growing like a tree.


Why? Why? why? are your eyes closed
Are you so sleepy that can’t even look at me
I want to talk to you open your eyes,
Say something otherwise your sweetheart will cry.

Submitted: Friday, April 19, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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its about a person whom i lost in front of my eyes, who went in such a slumber that even i couldn't wake him up

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