' Will 'I' Ever Be 'Me' ' - Poem by Aastha Uppal
i love this world, when the world loves me
i hate this world, when the world hates me
Proudly i claim i've all the freedom
But are my thoughts really free from this WORLDLY kingdom.
Ruled by His Royal Highness GREED
Fighting a neverending battle to SUCCEED
With an army of soldiers of the SELFISH regiment
Who always move ahead never to look back never to repent.
Now when i look back i see
Once i was a child boundless and free
Did what i really wanted to
Went ahead cheerfully, was all i would do.
'Today i've everything', i flaunt
But are these really the things i want
i am lost help me O' lord
i haven't done justice to me, i am a fraud
Whatever i do is nothing for me
All i do is only to achieve and for the world to please
i've buried myself my soul it seems i am a stone
i am mere flesh with no dreams of my own
'ME' from the mirror stares at 'i'
Asking when i would dropp the 'i'
'i' is what the world has made of you
'ME' is how God had sent you
Standing today in front of the mirror
i know not what to say what to answer
i ask staring back at 'ME'
WILL 'I' EVER BE 'ME'? ? ?
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