Joy  Of  Pain

Joy Of Pain

A Poem by Anusha Prabhu

Living with the ecstasy of twinge, I’ve forgotten

I've forgotten to love.

It’s like the clouds have arched affront me,

I rest beneath the quivering haze

I rest with remorse, I rest with fear

Why? I solicit myself

Why has the guilt obscured my nest?

Queries left unheard,

In the depths of the unknown

Tears have flooded the conscience

Wounds have dissolved with smiles

The evil groans are heard afar

Heard, and feared as the cry of the kismet

The cry, it echoes, it echoes across the desert

Faith fades away with the signs of hope

I have given up. Yes!!! I have!

Call me a coward? You have made me one

You turned me. Yes you!!! You have turned me

I have been turned. I, who was lost,

In the forest of joy, nipping every drop of mirth.

You left me nowhere, I wander alone

I meander in a place, a situate, unknown.

Help me, I need you, take me away.

Take me back to the forest, my past.

aid me…Can u heed me? I’m blaring… for aid!  

 


© 2013 Anusha Prabhu



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beautifully done your job dear....
I have been turned. I, who was lost,
In the forest of joy, nipping every drop of mirth.
You left me nowhere, I wander alone
I meander in a place, a situate, unknown.
these lines are most I like in this awesome piece of art....dearful poem you had created. love this.

Posted 3 Years Ago


good poem aid me. can you heed me i am blaring for aid nicely said.

Posted 3 Years Ago


Nicely penned. Nice flow of ink.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

The piece's great and i'll be looking forward to read your some more stuffs. This piece's realistic, joyable, painful and worthful.
keep writing.

Posted 4 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

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Anusha Prabhu
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Bangalore, Malleswaram, India



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