The Game Of Life - Poem by Bindu Borle
I wonder at times sitting alone.
All about life
Whether worth a thought or not!
Moments pass slowly.
Experience and rejoice.
There is a feeling of detachment at times,
As though death is foreseen
by a patient about to die.
The graph slipping out, completely fading.
Where do they go?
Among clouds, they say.
Time comes to a standstill, clocks no longer needs to be ticking.
I think among nothingness about life once again.
Copyright © 2006, Bindu Borle
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