Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
The Helplessness. - Poem by Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
All sins are accepted by the sea
The sins of past, present and future
Immersed in the sea as a symbol
Though in material sense it can be questioned
Sea the power of waves and currents
Sea the mighty acceptance of lives immersed
Where the lives are taken for ever
Through drowning and death it accepts
And dumps the body somewhere in seashore
How much the sea is feeling the sadness wondered
Why you come to me and offering me yourself
When you think life is lost on a love affair
When you think that life lost on exam failure
When you mistaken my waves as friendly to you
I am destined to act my own and never retire
I am entitled to act upon the will of nature
You curse the moment of accident that occur
Sea I am helpless always when you jump in me.
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