Lail Reveal


The Game Filled With Pain Yet Such A Fame - Poem by Lail Reveal

At the time of their deliberate deception and
At the moment of our foolish perception
The game brought itself to existence

emerging bitterly with every shade of red
grasping serenity with envy crave for red

The obsession to rule all the bits of land
illusionized the every involved gang
thus eliminating the evident evolved past
so declaring the task by dividing its mask

suppressing the protest of pen and paper
yet yelling the word of freedom

chanting the importance of impartiality
yet slaying the meaning of humanity

trying hard to forbid the thinking of a clever mind
though foxily limitizing the knowledge to its fitting kind

shedding tears over the death of few
yet splitting soul from a body like a splashing dew

with terror silencing us not to dare
in spite of its fierce shout that it does care

oh hidden heart! why do you grieve over the increased strain
by seeing an imposed ignorance to its highest make
because the truth stays still though the game tries to show it nil


Comments about The Game Filled With Pain Yet Such A Fame by Lail Reveal

  • Vangile MtyaliVangile Mtyali (11/1/2011 6:21:00 AM)

    Wow girl you are a good writer n I like the fact that u don't use so much bombastic words n that makes you poetry inviting to young people. keep it up (Report)Reply

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  • No Ones Bidness (10/11/2011 3:11:00 AM)

    Nice to see you haven't lost your touch, so keep writing as i am sure to keep reading your poems (Report)Reply

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  • Hans VrHans Vr (10/7/2011 6:31:00 PM)

    Really excellent pooetry, Lail. Important message woven in wonderful verses.
    I really hope that we vote on politicians with a heart, rather than those with fame. Young poeple like you can make a great difference in this world.
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Poem Submitted: Friday, October 7, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, November 26, 2012


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