Treasure Island

Abdul Wahab


With a broken heart have I to die!


With a heavy heart
Unsatisfied, at deep night
With a pent up feeling,
I looked one thing
From deep to deeper
I went the more frustration crept in
The darker and darker
Erupted up.
The test of my faith
One by one failed,
Unpredictable of human life
Unfolded up.
I wanted a wonder
A surprise, a touch stone
To make my all emotions gold.
All the Wishes to have wings
All the efforts had gone in vain
None gave recognition
only rejection, dejection and devastation!
Hopelessness more hopelessness
All around, now stand I,
Helpless more helpless!
With a broken heart have I to die!

Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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