11 September 2009

Love, life and death

In the mystical dark despair
Tight lips in a frozen prayer
Upset for what happened unfair
I saw her in a state rare

'What’s the problem?' I urged to share
She screamed ‘it’s none of your affair’
In the moment beyond compare
I tried to unfold the hidden layer

'He broke my heart' she did stare
I want to die, but does he care?
He looks so peaceful lying there
But doesn’t realize my pain bare

I said 'living here is a difficult dare'
But, committing suicide is a selfish fare
Love and happiness are seldom in pair
No one gets everything in life, beware

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Anonymous said...

The paradox of living is lifeless life and deathless death!
I believe that if we know we are going to die next day, we tend to take life more seriously, and do things that we like to do. we enjoy life because later you will never know if you can do them again.

Interesting philosophy of life resonated in your poetry. keep writing.

Anonymous said...

sad portrait, serious conclusion, good work,


badri on September 9, 2009 at 5:59 AM said...

Very good poem..Love, life and death!!!

Gyanendra Kr. Jha said...

Its Great!!
I am amazed with how much ease you have tried to make one understood about love, life & death! Its true realy that love and life is two different but important things. I liked the line .."love and happiness sheldom comes in pair". And above all .... death is sure to come but suicide is definately not the proper way to bring it!!
Great poem!!

Chaitanya on September 10, 2009 at 5:57 AM said...

Very nice composition and inspiring words! A wonderful linkage of three deep mysteries of human being drawn in very simple way. I liked it.

Shas on September 10, 2009 at 10:52 PM said...

Awesome...you have captured pain and paradox of life very eloquently.

Anonymous said...

A powerful story, Deependra, told with a real sense of narrative skill.


सूर्य/सिकारु on September 11, 2009 at 11:09 PM said...

Worderful and energetic poem . I really loved it .thnx for sharing dependra g .

Anonymous said...

I appreciate all who read and liked the poem. & Thank you all for your wonderful comments.

Chaitanaya ji, welcome to this blog! I am happy that you liked the composition.

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