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Failing Once
by Kanav Gupta
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  An incident once happened,
As horrifying as death itself.
It was my failure!
The most in life.
It was like a heart cut by scissor or knife.
I failed in Hindi and Math,
The worst in life.
I became as pale as white,
As white as milk in light.
I started hating life with most of my might.
I wanted my soul to break free,
For the wonders of heaven to see.
But, alas! It didn’t happen.
I lived to listen to tease,
By friends, teachers and freaks.
Failing once is cruel indeed.
I wanted to terminate me the most,
when they called my parents in absolute house.
I thought of my deeds before the exams
and realized that I don’t have to sit in melancholy,
but to understand my mistake in deed.
Let God give me another chance,
Not this time I fail once.

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September 29, 2002
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