Siddharth Shah

(11 July 1993)

What Are You Trying To Prove?


What are you trying to prove?
We all are the same under the moon
Don't get excited too soon
Life goes on without you fool

What are you trying to prove?
Ain't no smile on your pretty face
You gotta run hard in this rat race
The road'll leave behind no trace

What are you trying to prove?
This world is simply a child's play
You're just making it complex someway
Confusion remains till the end of day

What are you trying to prove?
Soo serious as if judgement awaits
All your sins hiding behind your fate
This empire will be destroyed in hell's gate

What are you trying to prove?
There's no meaning in whatever known
Nothing seems to be self own
Death awaits in near future unknown

What are you trying to prove?
Stop trying to prove

Submitted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, October 17, 2012

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