Kishor Pathak

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This Is A Game Of Fate


All are equal at your feet
You can hear the call of a lonely heart
Oh god! yet, why this suffering?
The path are lost enveloped in darkness
I have given up on life!
My heart is ablaze!
This is a game of fate!

We have ignored the traditions
We are determined
Please show us the way out!
This is a game of fate!
Kindly support us
This is a game of fate!

I have no kith or kin
I do not have any support
Life is like the cracked soil
My life is on fire
This is a game of fate!

Give me courage to fight
Shield me with love
I request you with all my might
I have lost the battle
Yet not lost courage
This is a game of fate!
This is a game of fate!

Submitted: Tuesday, December 11, 2012
Edited: Thursday, January 17, 2013
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