smk the observer of emotions

Being In Frustration

I dunno where my life wants to take me,
I dunno where success awaits me.
I do know what's life in frustration,
I do know how's life between joy and lamentation.

Tis like a hurricane within
Takin away happiness and leaving the sins;
Tis like the worst nightmare
Witnessing how your emotions are dying.

You seem unperturbed at the moments making memories,
Living the life of a half-dead soldier, full of pain
Whose life sticks in the body,
Though every movement shows him the anger of heaven.

Your heart throbs as you face the situation.
Tis like giving away your soul forever,
Tis like burning yourself in the fire of the hell;
And being choked of thurst at the shore of a river.

And again when you listen to your heart closely,
It says, 'The time shall come, my love.'
When even the flower of cactus charms your heart,
When the bustling of river makes a rhythm of joy.

You just need patience and let the time slip away;
Meet the blackest face of darkness and gloom
To face the brighest light of gay.

Have the guts to take the worst risks,
So life may be compelled to show its best profits.
You still have the shoulder of your friends
To lean over and feel the warmth of a heart.
You still have the candle of hope in your breast;
Let it get a challenge and exile in life's test.

Frustration, in itself is the darkest face of life;
But, keep up your hopes in and fear aside.
Let this life get baked in the scorching sun,
For every success story is a piece of true-rare gem
Which needs to pass the toughest route and the hottest fire in the long run.

Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 27, 2007
Poem Edited: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

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  • Rajaram RamachandranRajaram Ramachandran (3/8/2008 6:57:00 PM)

    The moral of this poem is 'Frustration, in itself is the darkest face of life;
    But, keep up your hopes in and fear aside.'- In a few words well done.

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  • Tash Walsh (11/27/2007 3:01:00 AM)

    thats was brilliant and believe me do i know ive felt like that and you put it into words its awesome thanks

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