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Inevitable end


A finger so tender, caressing my hair

Those pacific shimmering eyes,

So vulnerable a heart wreathed with hope,

That elating yet lonely smile.


Creeping old age, a satiated smile

The wan yet alluring look,

I saw those trembling hands

Assembling shed leaves of childhood.


Transience unveiled

Its silhouette beckoning demise,

You lay contemplating a life beyond

As a wilting heart turned sterile.


Time blazed like valour

You vanished as dew,

Your fading fragrance

Bidding adieu.



It hid itself in me


I had to hide it.

"Come behind me!", I pleaded.

It slithered and coiled beside me.

I pleaded again, "Hide! Hide behind me!",

It lazily gazed at me, smiled coyly.

I looked around, "they shouldn't see it", I decided.

I ran to it turned and held its neck,

But, I choked!


"No! No! i I need to hide it !",

I searched for a place to hide it,

Searched everywhere but within me.

It grew larger and larger,

Grew larger than me.

The more I feared it,

The tighter it draped and gripped me.


I screamed, at it

Scratching, kicking it.

It was pleased; as I had bruised me.

I wept, "they will see it now".

Helpless, I resigned.

I caressed it, I caressed me.

It shrank, it groaned.

Defeated in victory,


It slithered through inside me,

Quietly, stealthily.

I smiled at it.

I smiled at me.

It hid itself,

Hid itself in me.

It was the chaos,

And the chaos was me.


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