Hold on, let me reach you.
The car in front did not move
The watch said seven minutes
I shrieked, please wait for me.
Threesome on a pillion won't budge
The watch said less than seven now.
I traveled those 7 years of togetherness
Those seven years of madness
Entire life shrunk to seven minutes now
The signal, the people, the chaos around
They did not need seven minutes to spend
I cried and pleaded, jostled and pushed
But in seven minutes it was gone
Attention grabbers and seekers thronged
All-around when you were gone.
Every casualty needs the last seven minutes of life
Take them super fast, whoever you are
From where ever you are,
Then no less than God himself.
Give an honest try, your seven minutes
May be seventy years of togetherness rewarded.