Nebish Benson

Rookie - 63 Points (06-04-2000 / Nilambur)

Silence Of Demise - Poem by Nebish Benson

I discern a long road to the sky
I saw it for three days lie
Black crows flew up and cry
Creating a soulless milieu
My eyes watched crinkled suspicion on every forehead dry
Fifth day i found grieving wept on my mother’s cheeks
Sorrow hung in the walls of my home
I was beneath the sea craving for breath
Tears of my grandmother dropped on the tome
People arrived like wreaths in rest
I heard the voice of melancholy flowed in high
Chime of ambulance approached from far
Sound of prayer rose in blue
The nature stood still when they lowered the coffin into the ground
My tears ran to the white cloth wrapped around him
I kissed him saying I love you and good bye

Topic(s) of this poem: love and life

Form: ABC


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 18, 2015



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