Requiem - Poem by Gaurav Tiwary
few breathes I am left, a few pains to suffer,
With many debts to pay, I’ll soon now suffice,
One last look I make, to see what life now offers,
Many good remarks had I given, it’s time now to chastise.
(Darkness crept always and still,)
Darkness creeps again, slowly and mystically,
It melts in my way as ice melts in wine,
And the black eyes of its, glares me ambiguously,
I scream so loud, when I see its cruel eyes shine.
I bolt the windows and draw the curtains,
Then cower in a corner with varying fears,
I don’t now remember, but yes I’m certain,
I cried that whole night in wet tears.
(O! my dear, dear life,)
My innocent life, won’t you bless me a chance,
I want back my moments, I want back my time,
A glimpse will you give me, of my ephemeral romance,
B’fore this darkness eats me, my poems and my rhyme.
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