Rahul Sharma

Rookie - 20 Points (03/09/1992 / Kerala, India)

The Hammer And The Nail - Poem by Rahul Sharma

Our heads do collide
With each other;
To accomplish
Someone else's desire!

And there the mighty fixtures,
Buildings and holdings,
Remain as wonders
For human minds.

Thus our sufferings,
Reach Neither Hell;
Nor Heaven,
But how I wonder,
Their preaches,
Often reach
Destinations….

And, when they become guilt
For their sole built;
When it hit their fame,
We are just made for the blame!
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-RAHUL SHARMA

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

.... just an abstract description regarding the selfish intentioned human minds, from the perspective of some non-living things such as tools which he use often! I gave life and thoughts to these objects and just tried to personify them as the pall-bearers of human strategies! And thus some feelings just came out as floating verses!

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  • Vinayak Pandey (7/18/2012 11:22:00 AM)

    its interesting… keep it up! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 18, 2012



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