Theme: Anguish


by Rupradha Mookerjee
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Death is doing so much injustice,
It’s visiting someone who is very happy,
Someone who has a lovely family,
Her daughter is expecting soon,
Why death has to engulf all their joy
At such an auspicious occasion?
What will happen to the new born,
And her daughter and her husband?
This is absolutely not done.
When I want death to embrace me
Why doesn’t it ever come to me?
Nobody will even cry on my death;
Without hurting anyone’s feelings
I will leave this world forever,
I am lonely, no one loves me,
Why doesn’t death visit me?
It’s neither fair on her nor me,
Death is doing so much injustice!


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Comments on this Poem

Comment excellent lines..hats off to you..

04-May-2012 15:01 PM

Comment The long shadow of Death is a probe
That trots randomly around the globe
It has no eyes, none that you can see
And is impartial, not a jerk-knee

So why weep, or pray, begging it to come
To fill a void, when love leaves one numb?

Kanchan Bhattacharya
03-May-2012 22:29 PM

Comment may be Kulbir Ji!!

03-May-2012 15:12 PM

Comment love can never hopes..thanks anyways Prof!!

03-May-2012 15:03 PM

Comment Nobody will cry - that isn't true!

03-May-2012 13:12 PM

Rupradha, don't talk about death. Change your mood.I think death is not your province but life full love and hope.Come on
write more loving poems on love

03-May-2012 12:59 PM

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