Mukesh Raval


Unveiling The Veil - Poem by Mukesh Raval

unveiling the veil

You carry thousands of curses in eyes
your heart has nothing to cry but sighes,

each wrinkle thy face has a story to tell
O'black flower restrained not to smell,

You contain the mysteries unexplored still
no will is a will against your will,

sunny days make you shine more bright
a slave that keeps master out of sight,

the last colonial that still breathes air
poor and deseased do take your care,

modern Mephistopheles you suck the soul
millions of Faustus underneath you growl,

Hater of curves, beauty and aesthetics
the ruler of world with black magic whips....


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 13, 2010



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