Ankur Beohar

Twilight Of Dawn - Poem by Ankur Beohar

I should have then,
shattered the world before me!
Disrespectful and disdainful,
It appeared.

But I longed on,
Waited for a longer verse of time,
and held onto,
What was dear!

Perhaps I nudged,
The wrong side of life,
with my remarks,
on it's ability to provide.

Or, I might have
taken up a just fight
siding with my conscience
Unburdening my heart, making it light.

And then
from among the dark clouds,
The radiant sun appeared.
All egos seemed to melt in it's glow.

I was uplifted,
of my ignorance of the battle,
Whilst life, in it's true essence
continued to flow.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, January 3, 2014

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 14, 2014

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