Thursday, January 26, 2012


I never saw the snowflakes,
I have never been to the peaks,
I never saw the ocean,
Never been to a land where it resides.

The River - my companion,
Never saw the foundation,
I hope to see the end some day
Cause I plan to see the sea

I never saw those eyes,
But I know the fear within;
Of loss and hardship,
When they sail the warship.

I never know that language,
But I can feel the odium;
I am the kill today,
Few more breadths, if escaped.

I will never see the snowflakes,
Nor the Ocean;
The River – Not my chum now;
In this tiny cell – my home now.

Waiting for my turn in isolation,
Darkness sometimes makes you look inside,
Sometimes makes you gather courage;
Courage to die, don’t even know the time and age.

(The above is a Poem from my upcoming book "SHADES and VERSES)

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