venkatesh ram

(kerala)

wild and wise


where the sorrows pummel heart
where life is clouded with anxiety
where thoughts creates deeds
where morrows leaves for past
where urgency is never there
where jay walkers looks for fun
where meditations leads to void
where vocabulary becomes redundunt
where memmories uplift the spirit
where vague ideas create elation
where science and logic merge
where music fails to unravel mirth
where peace prevail for nobody
there goes wild and wise man

Submitted: Friday, November 13, 2009

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  • rago rago (11/13/2009 3:48:00 AM)

    where such poems wirtten from heart that shuld be appreciated............ (Report) Reply

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