Abdul Hakeem Parannur

Rookie (04/03/1978 / Parannur)

Lament Of A Dead Fetus - Poem by Abdul Hakeem Parannur

Did you see my mum?
You frown?
What does it mean:
Who is my mum?
Little I know, only a little

Must be in black suits
More black inside.
A frozen white face
A heartless machine.
Like my pap
A dark heart in a white clothe
I haven’t seen either
For they killed me before birth
How much I yearned to see them
To smile at them showing tender gums,
To play with them
And walk with them…………………….
I realized a little later
I can do nothing
When the knives sheared, sliced me
Forks hooked me out of bed
The vibrant song in my heart stopped,
Left forever.
I was torn
Torn out of my rendezvous
Then heard no more
I know I was no more.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 15, 2010

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