Diwakar Pokhriyal

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A Moment Of Truth - Poem by Diwakar Pokhriyal

And then there was a fear,
What I will tell to your eyes,
And then there was a hesitation,
To face your unanswered sighs,

The feeble heart crawls inside,
“I am not surely wrong”,
A lone warrior of head smirks,
“I might be not fully right in thy song”,

Your anger is much bigger,
Then my introverted guilty,
Our pure river of trust,
Has suddenly went silty,

And then my lips went blank,
Eyes wore clumsy attire,
And then a halt of soul,
Overshadowed the continuity of satire,

The shabby end was visible,
And then a big explosion,
A relation which started as solid steel,
Finally fell for dying erosion

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Poem Submitted: Monday, June 17, 2013

Poem Edited: Monday, July 29, 2013

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