sarojini pattayat

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The Decision.


In your comfortable lap my soul weeping
to escape the bondage you have created
to trap me each moment.

I'm miserable in your love;
I'm really inside the depression,
want the azure sky
to inhale my liberty
which was long back destroyed by you.

I'm the creation of Him
Who has also made you.
Then,
what compelled you to frame one separate rule for me,
and what for I obey such rule? ? ?

I'm the person very much like you
have my own liberty and decision
beyond emotions...
and,
I can also live a life just like you.

Submitted: Monday, March 31, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Topic of this poem: life


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