Phaneendra kumar

Mistake-A Worldly Acceptable Thing

Not so calm & innocent I'm.,
But sitting solely in my thinking
farm,
Then made a mistake which
has done nothing harm.,
The recipient regrets 2 take it
with a casual charm.,
His cunning nature made him
look like a Boogie-man's worm.,
And then his indecency
was merely a swarm.,

Letting him 2 do d maximum
talking & at last I'm d 1 who has
2 keep on walking.,

Burning d desires, following
d regrets & living d life as
things come by.,

Pinching myself 2 years later.,

My hard work was burnt & so were my goals.,
My aims were burnt & so were my dreams.,
My perception was burnt & so were my standards.

Life as a whole is lot easier now...

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 20, 2009
Poem Edited: Saturday, April 30, 2011

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