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Tell me…

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Do I write about friends,
of yore long forgotten.
Or the ones pragmatic now,
connected yet not as devoted.

Do I write about times timed out,
or the one which is on the go.
Those defined by moments etched,
and these trying hard to be forged.

Do I write about agony and melancholy,
of bated breaths disguised in composure.
They are all gone never to return again,
or so I think for I’ve always it disdained.

Do I write about wrath and temper,
fiery but infested with guilt days later.
Consumed by ego, blisters healed,
but scathed scars still remained.

Do I write about love or hatred,
one cocooned and the other scarred.
Silken words or the Evils fester,
still I choose rather the earlier.

Break my head or open my mind,
desire to pen as it pesters.
I need to venture out in the open,
and somehow find a solution.

 

14 Comments

  1. rajdeep says:

    Break my head or open my mind,
    desire to pen as it pesters.

    really vry true
    gud rite sir

  2. krishna says:

    Thanks Rajdeep!!!!

  3. ULHAS says:

    Wow……………beautiful………………I think you had a poem like this a earlier submit……………….where you talk abt what can a Poet write about…………that was a master piece according to me and this is also good………………………

    Well…………….a good poem…………..which is added to my Favs………..does not deserve less than 5……………………………

    Great Krishna…………..

  4. Parespeare says:

    lovely poem Krishna
    a gem of a poem

  5. Vishvnand says:

    Tell Me is a beauty in the art of telling
    Wtthout really writing about anything,
    you have writen about everything,
    This is a very nice way of writing,
    & The “writers’ block” can do nothing

    Congrats for this beauty

  6. dhananjay says:

    brilliant….period

  7. Gion Gion says:

    Krishna,
    like this a lot for it’s questioning.
    “open my mind” reminds me of so often telling others “just crack your mind open a tiny bit” but sometimes in a “do as I say not do as I do” mode. The questions in this poem make me thing about the subjects themselves.
    thanks Gion

  8. this is similar to a hindi poem! look for it in Hindi kshitij book CBSE 10 th grade

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