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Author Name: Freesatishverma 0 Comments
Date Added: August 31, 2016 23:08:37 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Category: Inspirational Add To Favorites | Text Only
What it was? Unthinkable: 
he had become inaudible 
to himself. 
Intramurality in defiance? 
or falling from perfectibility? 

The terrible stench; 
and toxic fumes rising from decaying passions. 
The flesh middle age, blocked arteries 
fear of schizophrenia? 

Scion of royalty clapping for wheels, 
shine and color 
hanging by a thread of hate. 

This was life without a hero. 
Pacers-by caring for posters only 
Whisking the sounds away. 

Many in the one 
nostalgia of shapes.
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