Srinivasan Venkatesan

Life. - Poem by Srinivasan Venkatesan

Gone into the midst dimensions
At the pinnacle of our soul to a place which is the opening to this whole
An opening which can see, speak, understand the realities of life
A place where lies the real beauty for which we strive instead
So I thought to enter the real imagination to see what’s there ahead
But all that thinking was in vain as one cannot judge from one’s face
The way is not as ease as thought; it’s really a rough route of swampy rocks
A boom of darkness, a life of spokes chocking down the path of life
Then thy learnt nothing is easy to get through
Life is full of daemons and vampires who are waiting to drain you dead
Here one feels that he is lost, lost like a dead on the battle frontier
Then thy pities on his birth on this frost a world as cold as sun
Then he who turns out to be depressed
But as truly said every coin has two sides
Live thy life like that of a nomad
A person who wants to learn new things
Wait until you reap thy learning; this is the only chance that nature has gifted you
The chance given to a few
Life then bangs out a bomb of tears
The tears of happiness and not of sorrow
A life given to learn new ventures
Try to bring something out of you;
Eureka then it would be instead

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, September 1, 2010

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