Three Decades - Poem by Anurag Talukdar
You are an elusive dream,
Oblivion to the pain I endure.
You melt into eternity,
Every time I open my eyes to touch you.
You are a song from the distant hills,
Indistinct but persistent.
I may walk into those green hills,
To remain trapped within the labyrinths beneath.
Labyrinths in my dreams,
Dreams devouring my soul,
My soul lost to thee,
Three decades ago.
Today I stand defeated,
As the whole world ridicules me.
I don't need your sympathies,
Just your acceptance.
Shove a dagger deep into my heart,
Let me die anyway.
Tired of you eluding me,
Let me embrace you in my death.
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