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Les Inevitablowe - Poem by o poet me poety

We all come to go......................
The light vessel kicked about
and when the one saw light
out from the darkness
he cried and cried
as we all shared in joy
the one's arrival.

For the rest of his life
he would cry and also smile
when we are on the exit route
upon his shoulders
he will share our burden
as we smiled
ere he arrived
now he will cry again
but for a wee while
and also smile

We lived for him all the while
let's now smile
the journey is over
misery all relieved

we helped him to replace us
now we leave him
alone totally bereaved

He cries not for me
but hopes the sojourn
into our now natural home
in oblivion
miles any number of trillions
he will not cry

but say
these great folks
passed my way
so that on Earth
I enjoy
my lovely holiday
as I too will again go away
some day
one day
after a long innings
let me now say

into solace of silence
as all wait that spiritual day
lt has to come any day...
one day
the inevitable prayer way
the only one true gem poet
can say today.

Topic(s) of this poem: life, life and death, poetic expression, prayers

Comments about Les Inevitablowe by o poet me poety

  • Kumarmani Mahakul (12/20/2017 8:25:00 PM)

    The journey is over and misery all relieved. Now this is the time to smile more and more. Solace of silence does magic here really. A brilliant poem is nicely penned and shared here. Amazing poetic expression is done...10 (Report)Reply

    O Poet Me Poety(12/20/2017 11:49:00 PM)

    The kind words you shower
    each hour
    gives me the profound feeling
    of anointment
    Thank you Sir
    you are not a star
    of immense B R I L L I A N C E

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 20, 2017

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