anu arvind nair

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Why? - Poem by anu arvind nair

As a flowing rumble,
My life Splashes to crumble,
On the rocks of existence,
Time and Again, in boundless Persistence,
I plead myself once too often;
to run away from the free-flow,
to the shadows, away from the murky glow,
time, for the thought to spare,
lurks in the gloom of despair,
Why should I live, why I exist,
for the shallow life to consume me?

Then again, from these shadow,
emerges, a thought, that there is reason,
I try to follow its guiding light,
but always end up in a room,
Locked from Inside,
Allow me to know that reason,
The Know All, Oh, Mighty Heaven!
Why should I be brewed a remedy?
for there are no disease I cure!
Why should I be always in search,
For my own existence on Earth?
Tell me, Oh sear of unknown,
Why should I look for Answers,
When there are no questions asked?
Only an unsolved puzzle,
to solve it, is only what my life embarks?


Comments about Why? by anu arvind nair

  • Vijay Sai R (5/19/2010 9:28:00 PM)

    your poem exposes there are lot of questions unanswered in life! nicely written... (Report)Reply

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  • Kesav Easwaran (5/17/2010 1:00:00 AM)

    'Why should I look for Answers,
    When there are no questions asked? '

    very much reflective and poignant
    liked the quoted lines...they carry substantial truth inside...impressive write...10
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, May 16, 2010



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