Naeem Rahman

(03/02/1993 / Bangladesh)

You And I


Behold to that you have done it wrong -
your thoughts are no more than fiction.

You are too fragile yet not strong
your life is a fail, to that no contradictions.

The small world of yours shall soon fall.
-May perhaps, no longer last anymore!

Like the days bring blindness to the Owl,
-the same shall occur it had once before.

Ask “Is failing a necessity for a successor?
Are not the answers possessed by reflections? ”

Surely, I point my finger at ‘you’ on the water.
Not you but I seek answers for those questions.

Or is it I who shall wait, exploiting, forever
-and to come for this life’s anhaliation?

Submitted: Friday, January 20, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 21, 2012
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