Nishant Rawlley

Rookie (14 December 1991 / Amritsar)

Abandoned Sadness - Poem by Nishant Rawlley

Curtains have been raised again,
Windows again opened,
Winds have gushed in,
Its a new breeze, The breeze of life,
Singing and humming move on.
Life awaits me, it never stagnates,
Every day is bright,
Every night starlit,
When i wake up in the morning,
Life gives me two choices,
Smile in the present, or wail for the past,
And wat do you think i do, i choose to be happy,
The nature rejoices my joy,
The sun smiles at me,
The winds hum my happy little tune,
The little nightingales sing for me every morning,
i beleive in me,
i'm a different soul,
i'm the favorite child of god,
He loves me the most, So Why,
should i expect from those around me,
they have nothing to give,
i give them all my love, but
i'm never alone,
i'm my own best friend,
i'm my own lover, This, life taught me,
life is a strange teacher,
the teacher teaches and tests,
But life tests and teaches.
It said, you're bored
coz you're bored of yourself.
But no more.
This world is inviting me,
come! conquer! !
My pleasure, my joy
is not attached to an element,
to a being,
to a desire,
its true, eternal and exotic.
Thank you god,
for bestowing life, upon my carcass
Thank you god,
for teaching me all those lessons,
Thank you....thank you....

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 7, 2010



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