Ramdas Surianarayanan

(April 11,1989 / Thrissur)

The Jeopardy


The night conquered the day,
Day conquered the lives
A never ending battle
That brings the glory, the pain,
The light, the darkness
I stood like a child,
Lost in a crowd
Jeopardised by the stampede,
The massacre and the struggle
The struggle to sail through the day,
Before the night overwhelms the day

Submitted: Wednesday, January 01, 2014
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