ARSHAJ GAIKWAD

Rookie (23-08-1985 / MUMBAI(NOW IN PUNE))

Bring Me The Horizon - Poem by ARSHAJ GAIKWAD

WALKING THROUGH THE THORNS, I SEE,
THE DARKNESS FADING AHEAD OF ME,
AND THOUGH A STARLESS NIGHT IT SEEMS,
I KNOW THEY ARE WATCHING OVER ME.
SO IT SEEMS, THE WAYS ARE SHUT,
TOWARDS A PULSATING SUNLIGHT, BUT
I STILL WALK ON AS WINDS TAKE ME,
INTO ERRY DEAPTS, SO SUBTLY!


MY SHADOW HAS LOST THE TRACK OF ME,
INDEED THERE’S SOMETHING I SHOULD SEE,
NOW SAILING FOR AN ITERNITY,
RECKLESSLY THROUGH A DEEP DEEP SEA.
BRING ME THAT HORIZON NOW,
THAT WILL CLEAR ALL UNCERTAINTIES,
BREAKING SILINCES ON ME BESTOW,
A POWER ABOVE INEVITABILITY.

RISING OVER THE WAVES THAT BRIDGE,
MY PASSAGE TOWARDS MY DESTINY,
A SIBLING THOUGH, HOPE’S STILL THERE,
I’LL CRACK THESE MIRTHLESS WAVES TO SEA.
A DAWN AFTER LONG IT WILL BE,
THE COLORS OF LIFE SHALL REFILL ME,
SO BRING ME THAT HORIZON AGAIN,
AS I LEAP AHEAD IN CERTAINTY…


Comments about Bring Me The Horizon by ARSHAJ GAIKWAD

  • (4/24/2009 6:16:00 AM)

    hey i don understand by what u mean by saying
    A SIBLING THOUGH, HOPE’S STILL THERE,

    the poem makes me sense like walking over a huge bridge over the seas with all i want right in front of me......yet miles away! !
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  • (10/26/2007 3:24:00 AM)

    Such an young age! Fertile thoughts and nice presentation! All the best! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, October 16, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, October 19, 2010


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