TITIKSHA SINGHAL

Rookie - 10 Points (23 May,1994 / New Delhi, India)

I Should Have Known - Poem by TITIKSHA SINGHAL

When the night falls without the stars
And the sun hates to shine, I just hope,
I should have known.

When the shadow feels ashamed of dark
Or when the wetness longs to dry, I just hope,
I should have known.

When the stone get drowned in lake
After being thrown of by a child, I just hope,
I should have known.

When I heard that life is not just crests but troughs
And so the sound of laughter would last, I just hope,
I should have known.

When the wind refuse to blow
And the birds stay calm, I just hope,
I should have known.

When the life turned to its last track
And the last breath approached, I just hope,
I should have known.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2011


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