Rahul Singh Rana

Rookie - 42 Points (1st july,1990 / meerut)

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  • Susan Lacovara Susan Lacovara (9/15/2013 11:48:00 AM)

    This reminds me of poem I had written many many years ago, about an old man sitting everyday, on a park bench, and no one takes the time to get to know him...until one day he's no longer there... your poem was beautifully written and stirred sorrow to think that anyone should still ago to beg...in this day and age...not just for their own survival...but for their very dignity...I wish you a joyous day and that what we should all BEG FOR...IS PEACE.

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Best Poem of Rahul Singh Rana

The Bent Beggar

Bent was I,
From the world so dull,
I saw a hope,
Some young minds
In smoking puff.
I am a bent beggar,
So bent with age
The world so stiff?
With one eye infected
And a broken heart.
I stood there,
Begging for a dime.
The youngsters saw me
But, ignored,
As did the world.
While smoking a cigarette,
One of them yelled
“Why do you beg? ”
Unable was I to speak
For the world has made me forget
Why do I beg?
Were those the mortal hopes
Which lay so dead in me.
Or was it the dead me?
So, bent with age
And ...

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