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A Chase
by Kingshuk Chakraborty
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  Since birth
It’s an endless chase.
A carrot was hung before me
And I was made to run.

Run....run......
Surpass others
Make sure you grab it
Before anyone.

The carrot went on
Changing its nature and color
Once you hung it for me
Now see, I have my own.

Once a compulsion
Now an instilled obsession
Drives me hard
Says, run and run.

Dropped humanity
Lost love
Stay behind;
Time for none.
 
Is it all I am here for?
Bother sometimes
A raising question.


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June 13, 2012
More By: Kingshuk Chakraborty
Views: 1123      Comments: 6

Comments on this Poem

Comment Very well written sir....feel connected

Priyanka Bhatt Arora
11/28/2014 07:53 AM

Comment Khuror kol?

TagoreBlog
06/17/2012 20:13 PM

Comment Thank you so much for your comments, Raghavji, Prof. and Rupradhaji.

Kingshuk
06/14/2012 10:09 AM

Comment lovely

Rupradha
06/14/2012 04:34 AM

Comment

Very good poem!

flame
06/13/2012 20:04 PM

Comment nice poem and a significant question in the end, I liked it.

raghav
06/13/2012 13:24 PM




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