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I Have A Doubt!


15Apr - I Have A Doubt

I Have A Doubt!

And there was a turn,

We looked so stale still ready to move,

Who’d have thought

We’d bag the tales of animals and a boon,

Play it to the tiny adults

And let them break their imagination to prove

That they have the power and the thoughts

To transform this abysmal society for good

And we thought of them as the chaos creators

And the overly exaggerated emotional kids, buhuhu!

Were we wrong?

Not in my view while living in the moment of truth!

Rainbow in the Room


Rainbow in the Room

Rainbow in the Room

The choice he made,

A price he was meant to pay,

His dignity was on stake,

Still, he had no words to say;

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What was wrong with him?

How far he could go beyond the sky?

Why did he choose rainbow as his destiny?

Someday he would ask himself to learn more, not to defy!

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“The most stubborn kid from the out-lander,

What do you want to prove?”

He smiled and whispered,

“I would like keep this rainbow in my room!”

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