Revelation - Poem by Ankur Beohar
These walls are my own
manifested by my insecurities
my fears of the world around me.
My fear of facing my vulnerability.
And I have to break these walls
Hammer into them the truth of my destiny
And I too, just like you,
am an addict of the masquerade
Not revealing my true form
not to the world, not to myself,
Sometimes, I cover with shade my eyes,
feigning raising my hands to command the sea
Sometimes, I hide between the walls of my home
blaming the world for it's audacity.
And yet, someday,
I will have to uncover my form
Face life, without an excuse for my culpability
I too world discover the reality of myself
for I too, am worthy of felicity.
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