Treasure Island

sarojini pattayat

(01.01.1963 / Odisha, India)

The Mirage


The days passed.
Love bloom everywhere,
in the earth, in the sky,
in whole universe.
But at the end
the same result;
a mirage
wait to adore the moment.
Illusion rules the life;
unsatisfied thirst
kills the heart bit by bit
to destroy present and future
and try to make the life
a riddle,
unsolved,
opaque,
A mirror;
that shows joy
and attracts
to wander
without any aim.
The argument
somewhere deep inside
talks again and again
to be conscious
but, the mind
don't want to understand
don't want to accept
the real
It only want to
get satisfaction
from the dream.
The life becomes
a satire,
and mingles with the moment
to touch the end.

Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013
Edited: Monday, March 25, 2013
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by sarojini pattayat.25/03/2013

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