Other Side Of The World - Poem by Udheep Mukundan
Wonder to see the deepest caves,
but wander along her curves.
I dream to touch the sky,
but blame I cannot fly.
I watched the sun rise and set,
Starred at the stars in the dark.
Waited for the summer to pass,
Winter came to be even worse.
No mountains climbed so steep,
No sea seen so deep,
A year passed away,
Still wondering in the dream.
Relaxed by the fatty big job,
Counted penny by penny,
Drank peg to peg,
Smoked the best joint.
Never knew this fast life,
Was the key to the end of joy.
Tied my happiness to the dolphins,
Slackness in the hope let loose my dreams,
Too late to undo, i still wish
I was on the other side of the world.
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