Sai Saketh Ram
For Now And Forever - Poem by Sai Saketh Ram
Desolate, I may be,
Forsaken, on this barren ground,
Where none, gave me a place to stand.
Unworthy, they may see in me,
Leaving me, with nothing but despair around,
Shouting their glory, with grand.
I seek, in this unforgiving world,
For the meaning of my existence.
But they border me away,
With these orthodoxy glass walls,
Styling their own stance.
But my wings of dream,
Are too strong for their chains to hold.
And I shall fire this world,
Being the ray of hope, to every heart left cold.
I shall, with the boldest of my heart
Stand to change this blinding weather.
To show them, I am myself, mine to own,
For now and for Ever…
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