Alok Mishra

Rookie - 0 Points (15-02-1991 / Born in Parwalpur, Nalnada, Bihar, India)

Virginity, Lost?


Virginity, Lost?

Wondering my mourning heart
Rapid race of new age
Desires do come out of cage…
And tear your soul body apart.

Did you too lose?
Virginity, yes, they do emphasize!
They really asked it.
If no will you say,
Rush around you will slay
All your respect!
You will be a center of fun…

But alas O' Christ in heaven
Alas! Aspersed of bodies, lost
Without knowing the worth cost
Are still virgins, novice in their heart!
Losing is not bad, good
But losing to the lost
Or even losing the lost
Yet pretending to be untouched!

The hypocrite world! Shame!
What you think fame is rather defame.
Betray your souls
Glut the hatred of your own,
Still they say,
Last night I won!

Submitted: Monday, April 30, 2012

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To the decaying morality... To the losing culture... To the mourning social system... To the helpless parents! ! !

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