Kamal Raj Dahal

Waiting To Do Something Before To Die

One day you must die
I also die
Wait to die.
Only keep in mind
Will die with sorrow
With full of joy,
I don’t know tomorrow
How I will die?
No idea even with me,
Think yourself
Your way to die.

But I will die
Fully with joy
I have a good tie
With the moment,
I have heart, wide heart
Wide like the sky.
I never lie.
So I can easily die.

No bias in between
No prejudice
I will try to clarify
To fix a level same
And to make and keep satisfy.
It is my clean heart
Never die.
I don’t shy to die.

So my spirit tells,
You also open your eye.
Stay away if possible,
Making other cry
To be bitter and dry.
Do not think
This is my ply.

To give relax to all
Doing something,
A place of chances to ply,
To prepare a dish of pie.
One day surely
Makes you fly and fly……….
To reach in high and high.
In an open Sky
Truly understand of heart’s combination,
Which are resources for rising tie.

Do and die
Keep name and fame up
With unlimited try.
The Earth will be strange
One day
I don’t know, why?
Soul starts to fly
Towards the Sky.
Body from the grave
Will be saying bye! Bye!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 9, 2010

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Comments about Waiting To Do Something Before To Die by Kamal Raj Dahal

  • Chitra - (2/9/2010 11:06:00 PM)

    the urge to do something, the earnest call of the heart to leave a trail of good deeds behind before the final act of life.!

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