Golden Advice

Golden Advice

A Poem by Akshay

Fall in line

Differentiate right from wrong
listen to old classical songs
Smile and wear colours
find a whoever and love her

Walk on the pavement, not the road
work hard and be weighed in gold
One thing you must know, time never freezes
find someone, be happy till you have creases

So many years ago
the sun rose for the first time
So long ago
I was born to wait in line
Time has passed
at what point will they stop calling me a child?

Make up your mind, find your God
respect who was connected to your umbilical cord
Store it all inside, never protest
walk away when they say life's chess

Grow old, be alone
look around, everyone's a clone
Wish you never believed their words
make your own and put them in a herd

So many years now
when will the moon finally arrive
So long ago
I felt I was alive
Time has passed
at what point will I stop being a kid?

it's too late now...
it's too late to travel the road re-fuelled

© 2014 Akshay

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Your poem was so insightful and your writing has a style that flows. I really enjoyed reading your words. The rules such as born to be in line, walk on the pavement, not the road, Many moons may have passed but parents will always think of you as their child. Flying away someday when your read to soar like an eagle, just remember that you had a foundation that gave you the strength to spread your wings. Then you can choose what rules you choose to live by. Keep writing I truly liked what you had to say.

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Added on September 5, 2014
Last Updated on September 5, 2014



Delhi, India

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