On The Pavement He Lay

U. A. Kiran By U. A. Kiran, 3rd Aug 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2h21xggv/
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‘On The Pavement He Lay’ is about the unclaimed dead body, unattended till it turned into a problem for all.

Died without issue

Died without issue,
He had nothing to issue.
On the pavement he lay,
The dust and rubbish beside lay.
Nobody around cared for him,
Days and nights were same for him.
Flies uncountable sat on the body,
But the soul retired from the body.
The dead seemed still to moan,
Nobody was there to listen to the moan.
His heart might have been love's mountain,
No mountaineer had climbed the mountain.

Died without a tear

No soul was there to shed a tear.
Souls kindhearted donated wealth,
What would the dead do with the wealth?
Foul smell pierced the air,
Polluted the fresh air.
Left no option but to touch the body,
Like anything the fire swallowed the body.
The dead seemed still to moan,
But there was nobody to listen to the moan.
His heart might have been love's mountain,
Yet no mountaineer had climbed the mountain.

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Days, Dead, Heart, Issue, Love, Mountain, Nights, Pavement, Souls, Tear, U A Kiran, Wealth

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author avatar U. A. Kiran
I am U. A. Kiran, born in Kerala, educated in West Bengal employed in Andhra Pradesh and now in Goa.

I am interested in creativity like writing poems, stories, drawing, novelettes/novels, dialogues/dramas, chalk-shaping, making puzzles and formulea....(more)

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author avatar A K Rao
3rd Aug 2012 (#)

That was a touching one dear Kiran! Thanks!

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
3rd Aug 2012 (#)

Sad end indeed but the soul has bid goodbye to this heartless world, maybe never to return! Touching, Kiran - siva

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