Yashovardhan Kulkarni

Time's Two Ends Marry The Start - Poem by Yashovardhan Kulkarni

Look man I have just found the place I was looking for,
Couldn't you bury me for the place I might now go for?
Why you ought to get me flipping through the rounds again?

Look man you are I think is what my remorse is
Femme fatale and the eyebrows you squeeze down your nose,
Why you ought to ride back the way you came?

Look man I have just found the 'can' I could hang onto
Couldn't you bare with me for what I could share?
Why you ought to take my songs away?

Look man I don’t want nothing that could be framed,
Fear I feel, I'd confess, is from you again,
Why you ought to play handsome beat day in day out?

Look man I wouldn't want your shelter and food,
Places I've visited, the fairs I been to
Why you ought to take my love away?

Just don't take my love away,
My love away.

Topic(s) of this poem: time

Comments about Time's Two Ends Marry The Start by Yashovardhan Kulkarni

  • Kelly Kurt (4/5/2015 1:27:00 PM)

    An enjoyable poem, Yashovardhan. Thanks for sharing. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, April 5, 2015

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