SALINI NAIR

(kottayam)

Temper desert some riddle to its side


It resides inside
In an abandoned way it persists calmly
So as to be in a lonely shore
Its rhythm mutes as to be rear

When source fall its side
Its medley fore to sound
So as to be in a battle field
It starts to roar around

It conquer the wisdom side
Smash all with emotional side
Crawl and snoop the brain
So that the consciousness hunk its clout

It endure all the consciousness
Impel the err to tongue and hands
To rupture the opponent alas
Grab the negative power from surround

Hit all with the utmost force
So that wins with the esteem self
Bind and shriek to toll its side
Crank and pass the worse of self

The explode that breaks all calmness around
So as to win for the extreme thought
But in the middle there fall the self
When the calmness that peak the next

There riddle some agony that twist
Why this silence crack for a while
So that long silence pursues its phase! ! !

©2014 SALINI.S.NAIR. All rights reserved.

Submitted: Friday, June 06, 2014
Edited: Sunday, June 08, 2014

Topic(s): anger


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