Suyash Saurabh Singh
The Dark River-Ii - Poem by Suyash Saurabh Singh
The pain it recalled, I haven't yet died,
along with the heart, my tears too cried,
the wave of quests, I landed on a loach,
to help her answer, the dawn it approached...
Like the heart of the flow, the sun it rose,
reaching the sky, he called his foes,
in the fire of anger, he shined very bright,
that anger became cause, of foe's fright...
His rays of light speared the dark,
and stopped the wolf's scary bark,
see how the anger, changed the fate,
it killed the trait...
I got my answer, i got inspired,
burning my soul, even i got fired,
in the flames i resembled, that angry sphere,
ensuring- to touch my heart, none will dare...
My heart then became, the pure and untouched,
from the feelings like love, it remained unclutched,
untill i realised, that even that sun,
answered me like that, just for fun...
I then recalled, It was the heart of the flow,
by reaching the sky, in joy which glow,
darkness went away, because two lovers met,
this touching thought, left my eyes wet...
This meeting was the result, of a patient wait,
even when their god, was smwhat late,
celebrating that scene, with tears i shivered,
for returning my pace, i thanked that river...
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