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Author Name: Freesatishverma 1 Comments
Date Added: December 23, 2014 22:12:44 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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This world was too much. 
in him. 
Sometimes he wanted 
to go insane. 
(He was talking to himself) . 

He cared too much 
of things and people around him, 
but it splits 
like a dry pod, the life, 
in throes of running 
to save a falling seed. 

Yields his whole earned silence, 
starts turning the pages 
of a soiled book 
lost in the attic of grief.
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Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on December 24, 2014 10:28:13 AM Report

Morning, Sir.  I felt a lot from this write.  Your usual thought provoking writes.   Have a great weekend.


 Lady D


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