I Was Dead Poem by abhimanyu kumar.s

I Was Dead

Rating: 3.8


I had my dinner and
Slept around 10 of night
After a couple hour or so
I found myself dead
Ya, I was dead
My body had become motionless
Eyes shut, hands erect
What about my dreams and aims
All gone, all shattered
Man, I was dead
What next?
Possibly burn, bury and ashes
Suddenly I heard someone shouting
Idiot get up!it's 7 of morning
If you want to know the truth
I was sleeping.

I Was Dead
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Topic(s) of this poem: life and death
COMMENTS OF THE POEM

nice, simple but funny. dead indeed!

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Yash Shinde 18 October 2012

ha ha ha ha....................how does it feel please describe...well liked your poem very much.................a humourous experience man.: -)

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Hazel Durham 22 May 2016

Original with a great expression that brings the reader into your world with ease, great title!

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Kumarmani Mahakul 27 November 2017

Beautiful poem on Life and death having stunning expression by means of a dream. The feeling of death and after it's condition have been painted cutely and touchingly. The reality comes after dream when a person wakes up. The last three lines reveal the truth. It may be quoted.......... Suddenly I heard someone shouting Idiot get up! it's 7 of morning If you want to know the truth I was sleeping. Fantastic dear Abhimanyu fantastic!

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Abhimanyu Kumar.s 27 November 2017

Thank you..

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Lavanya 14 February 2021

Very expressive, it can suddenly grab attention of people... True feeling...

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Harish 31 January 2020

Super sir

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Vaidyanathan Ram Iyer Channel 16 September 2019

Well expressed with death and life. Thank you poet.

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Vaidyanathan Ram Iyer Channel 16 September 2019

Well expressed about death and life, Thank you Poet.

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Adeeb Alfateh 25 June 2019

Possibly burn, bury and ashes Suddenly I heard someone shouting Idiot get up! it's 7 of morning If you want to know the truth I was sleeping. great write 10++++++++++++++++++

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