Live Till the END

12 Mar

A poem that tells a morale to live life king size even after the victim realizes that he is afflicted by an incurable disease.

Old at age but young at heart,

never let your dreams tear apart.

Never let the disease hunt you down,

enjoy life till you drown.

Walking besides the seas,

the world seemed to be at peace.

The waves high and low,

in the sight were the boats in a row.

Kites soaring high in the sky,

clouds left subtle and shy.

Away from the bustling streets,

nature surprised me with treats.

Children filled with glee

as if sweets were given for free.

The fragrance of the flaming wood,

got allured to the delicious food.

The darkness was there to scare,

fireflies lit themselves, it was rare.

Like a kid I admired every bit,

drowsy after a while; wanted to sit.

With a brave heart and firm mind,

I walked in life as blind.

Soon my name will be erased

from world’s slate,

that is my eventual fate.


Posted by on March 12, 2010 in Poetic Soul


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3 responses to “Live Till the END

  1. syed

    March 13, 2010 at 3:46 pm

    dude … its amazing 🙂

  2. Adithya

    March 13, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    remembers me of the robert frost’s “THE ROAD NOT TAKEN”


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