The ruthlessness of life!  

Posted by Divya A L in

Never had an hint,

When following instincts;
That something casual,
Turned deep and intangible;

Like the fresh air amidst the green,
Like the feel of rain droplets on the skin;
The galore of sweet thoughts,
Reigned in the heart;

And there stood the monsterous fate,
Laughing cynically closing the gate;
To end it even before it could start,
With little or no chance to retort;

Finding the way back, turned around to gaze,
Found abandoned in the middle of a big beautiful maze;
Looking out for exit to get to,
In vain, had no luck hitherto....

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6 comments

Enjoy the confusions and puzzles... Zindagi Na Milegi Dubara...

Enjoy maadi..

August 1, 2011 at 12:36 AM

:) hehe, this one alone is too much to bear, forget the "dubaara" :D

August 1, 2011 at 1:18 PM

@Divya: So in the end you came out of it or not? :)
If you havent you can use your "Temper" or "Healthy Imagination" to come out..:) (Points taken from your previous post on handwriting analysis..;))

August 2, 2011 at 10:29 AM

@dilip: hey I am not well, so taking rest!! Will start my trials afresh from tomorrow :P

"Temper" was already tried and yuck, it was bad :P "Healthy imagination" - for me it is to "not imagine" :P

August 2, 2011 at 8:30 PM
kuruhina  

hi Divya,
i request - you should culture the poetess in you. undoubtedly, thoughtfully written.

(to hold the curiosity this could be rearranged as:)
To end it even before it could start,
With little or no chance to retort;
Laughing cynically closing the gate,
There stood the monsterous fate;

(to end it with a positive note rearrange as:)
Looking out for exit to get to,
In vain, had no luck hitherto;
Finding the way back, turned around to gaze,
Found abandoned amid beautiful maze;

August 3, 2011 at 10:09 PM

@kuruhina: Thank you Sir! :)

From the way I see it, the first line sets the context and the rest goes onto add details to it. . . So, I feel it would be better the way it is...

The positivity or the curiosity - never gave them a thought. These were but just those unadulterated thoughts of mine intended at myself! :)

August 4, 2011 at 8:50 PM

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