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Reflections Gone-astray
by Prof. R. K. Bhushan
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  My tears are cruel;
Neither they fall
Nor they tear me apart.

Your name amuses me;
And I'm lost
Into nothingness of the sort.

Some claim and many deny;
Kinship or love as a lie
Life's show, rustic or refined, thus dies.

Amazing is the beauty of your grace;
Lexical treasures fail to praise
Joy is the suppliant mood of the sage.

Praises don't please;
Blames don't bite or bleed
Life's best lies in peace.

Life is Lord's Trust;
Which we don't trust
So we lie broken or we rust.

Every moment, something happens
To remind me
That I'm nobody and nothing.

Every moment, I pray,
Pray for death
And death eludes me.

Robust smiles are routed;
Cheerful is cheated
Into rain of melancholy strains.

Why think of happiness
And seek the bliss
When rein in the reign of cute pains.

Inner being is shaken and fallen;
With the strings broken
Into deadly silence of soul woken.
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August 23, 2009
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