The Desert - Poem by ANOOP KRISHNAN

I walked, and walked through
The sand waves
They are heading towards me
They haunted me, they threw me
And I was no stronger enough to resist it
I prayed, Oh! God forgive my false
Greenery appeared before me
A greenery of hope, but it was fake
God showed me how I faked others
I realized, life is bitter, and it
Can be sweet by loving others
Oh! God, I prayed once more
Give me an another chance
But it was too late
A big wave took me to the hands
Of Death

Comments about The Desert by ANOOP KRISHNAN

  • (1/2/2014 4:24:00 AM)

    Death caused by a big wave
    Couldn't find even a small cave
    Should have been more brave
    Should have learnt how to behave...
    Here I comment for your rave..
    'T was a good rave....

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, June 1, 2011

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