Urmila Reghunath

Rookie (11 Sep 1993 / Kerala)

The Hidden Side - Poem by Urmila Reghunath

Deep Deep inside,
At the centre of it’s core,
It’s thoughts right beside,
With dreams that’ll always soar…

But questions they do ask,
And answers I’m left to find.
It’s a great and beautiful task,
To know and explore a mind…

There is something within,
Which makes it hard to grasp.
It’s the same with everything,
From an elephant to a wasp…

I’m alive! But I’m dead
I’m happy! But I’m sad
I’m hungry, but I’m fed,
The reasons I’ve never had…

FIRE in my eyes
DEPTH in my words
THOUGHT in my face,
To know why it hurts…

For this I’ll travel,
To the centre of my heart.
And secrets I’ll unravel
With darkness I’ll part…

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, October 6, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, April 13, 2011


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