Friday, October 8, 2010

Die Within The Confines

Weakness of a virgin,
Lost with its belongings,
Doesn’t lie in the overpowering,
Of the animal, which seeks,
Not the last of her shredded pieces,
But the innocence which writhes,
And squirms when solitude,
Never comes besides her again,
Life never means the same to her,
Agony and pain lost in the claws,
Of this unruly, heartless society,
Tied to a chair within the shadows,
She sits and ponders about,
The final hours before the light,
Within flickers and burns,
Speechless, lost out of words,
Society never meant to work,
Within the confines of the riches,
And the power lurks amongst the,
HUMANS who are CALLED as one,
As they were born from the womb,
Of a woman, penetrated to the,
Soul of a human, who was no less,
Than someone’s lover,
And no more than any other,
And she tries to sleep till,
The dawn comes up and the dusk,
Loses its work, but the eyes,
Were never meant to close,
In shame, in concern, scared,
That she may never wake again,
As a woman tonight died in her,
And so she lights a match stick,
And the whole room lights up,
Outlining her wet body,
Covered in blood and stains of,
Her enemy how cruelty could,
Survive on this treacherous earth,
Slowly the outline starts to fade,
And burn, and so a woman,
Once again lost among her,
World may think she is a coward,
Soul of a woman turns to dust,
No more than someone’s lover,
No less than any other.

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Morning Smile

She ran past me,
Covered in drapes of,
Silver and green,
Lightning struck a chord,
With her beauty,
And blush rose upon my cheeks,
Like the flow of an endless creek,
Her shadow whiskered past me,
Every grain of her hair touching me,
Love like a knot where two ends meet,
I swept my eyes above the sea,
She came as a morning smile to me,
Hard to seek in a life of endless seas,
Trees, seas all the living beings,
Heart so stubborn never listens to me,
Her eyes twinkled, maybe,
Maybe for once she smiled at me,
Opportunities so least, in a life,
Full of your own makings,
Time too precious, meant to seize,
And so I ran past what felt like,
Every other human being in the crossing,
Twisted and tumbled in front of her knees,
“Definitely, for once she smiled at me,
And life seemed so glorious to me,
Moon took a sip of sanctity,
Her face shining with smoldering heat,
For me sun rose from her feet,
Scientists were never meant to please”
In my love, in my vocabulary,
This is the story of me not any other,
Human being, coz I took that plunge,
Love so profound that it overflowed,
From every pore of my skin,
“Definitely, in this life of mine,
And hers, she smiled for me,
And for once every single life,
Of my every single day,
I smiled every morning,
As she had a morning smile for me.