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Fall of A Tender Doctrine
by Satish Verma
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  Talking of existence and being,
amidst chaos and misery my heart aches.
In truth, I become a shred of broken life.
Your integrity at a price, anything for sale.
How easily we are degenerating,
absent-mindedly we clamour for antidotes.

At least death is not corrupt,
when it eats the age without a mask.
Seeing without eyes was a great achievement,
I thought.

With no thoughts I watched the immensity of truth.
My choice always had a wet eye.
When the thinking becomes zero,
I enter from smile to grief
your glance penetrates the wall.

I stumble again in light, lung filling with verses,
untitled.
A moon is going to be eclipsed very soon.
The fall of a tender doctrine.
 
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April 22, 2012
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