I too Sinking

Suddenly is the globe seems sinking—sinking like our mad -ken in the mid-night hours—,men running fast through fire,Hell roars in extreme force nor Heaven didn’t smile as often—like a parent debars his one,only deformed kid,they want to leave this world—dejection and horror overwhelmed! the clouds are tearing apart the blue colored silence,thus rattle the sharp unsettled skies,its dirge for the night that I called furious that what expectation’s breath one can’t breathe—
Alas—the pure beads of lives,Once springs with merriment crowns— are now in the flood—Since I haven’t cried or forced to leave away:or hide or to veil the pride..But I talk

“I too sinking by the day called today”


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