To Life Again?

To Life Again?

A Poem by Bhavya Kaushik
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A Chōka, with the syllabus count of 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-7-7.

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With each drop of rain

That falls on my arid skin.

My body shivers,

More than ever in this cold.

I feel numb and stun,

Empty like a haunted crypt.

Without sensation,

I beg for an easy death

To rest in peace forever.




© 2013 Bhavya Kaushik



Author's Note

Bhavya Kaushik
Chōka consists of 5-7 sound units phrases repeated at least twice, and concludes with a 5-7-7 ending. This writing has a syllabus count of 5-7 5-7 5-7 5-7-7 :)

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Intense heartache really comes through to the reader. Beautifully written as always Bhavya - and you nailed the formula. Excellent!

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I really like the somber tone of this poem.

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There is so much pain in this poem.
A beautifully written poem.

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This is really awesome! I enjoyed this.
Love the picture you used.

Posted 5 Years Ago


very well written .. appealing to the senses

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Wow this is really good, I enjoyed this, like the set up. Wonderful!

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