lalitha iyer

Freshman - 810 Points (7.6.1967 / Kochi, India)

Every Moment Counts - Poem by lalitha iyer

every second counts
not in the rupee mounts
every wink of the eye is precious
knows who when dies the batting precocious

smiling lips dry up soon
ageing moods arrive calm
the lust and greed to live waxes
and the body is reduced to mix ups

sweet mother and tender kid
the bond of love soon vanishes
passionate youth and pulsating arteries
blushing stimuli and pumping fictions

all gone whenceforth?
days are climbing up the hill top
its time to realise
life is ebbing before we materialise

hormones activated
programmes stimulated
the you transformed
by some secretions uninformed

youth and childhood
in unison trigger motherhoods
and manhoods
drugging womanhoods
doubling fancyhoods

suddenly the shock
of uncertainty shakes
the being insecure
is uprooted with indecisive fears

this moment is yours
next is your neighbours
truth shall dawn only once
lamp your brains for once
and seek the truth
that this body is only a milkshake
once drunk its gone
once wasted its power is done
go for the source of milk
shake with the airy power of infinite drink......

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 5, 2010

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