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Prabhat Chhetri

Updated: Tue, 1 Aug 2017 06:11 pm

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Fun loving person. With no hesitation, I feel the urge to write and it sure makes me a lot happy. The materials are based upon issues such as love, rage, betrayal, hope, death, wit, solitude and much more. Each plot is juxtaposed upon many instances here and there, some are imagery too. The thoughts are portrayed much on ideas, serving it up as a unique blend for the readers.

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"A Grieving heart" Amidst these desolate times, My grieving heart urges to have you, Beyond frailing measures, a melody still chimes, It's your majestic spell, a mesmeric voodoo. Gaining quite a strength but still foundering, Perishable, this mess I'm in today, Lost, very much in thoughts of you, my sweet thing! I'm in mere distraught, my desperation has a story of its own this very day. Take my hand, a captivity in your heart I seek, Your tender voice echoes inside, a fire surges forth to have you, my dear. Descend down for me as my spirit's meek! I'll keep you warm inside my heart's lair. Walking past these pathways of meloncholy, Solitude has been a worthy friend o' mine, Blending in, veiled up with an outward jolly, With you even this wreck would've been divine. An abode in your arms, your sweet caress I need, Feeling cosy, cuddling with your warm embrace, Love can sure take its toll till I last breathe, You and me we can outdo any race. Hear me out, fill this voidness and be my only bliss, Take these words of truth, please do not evade, As tomorrow I shall be a waste, frozen in mist, Weary and drenched in misery, my fortitudes shall fade.

All poems are copyright of the originating author. Permission must be obtained before using or performing others' poems.

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Emer Ni Chorra

Thu 26th May 2016 13:02

Hello and thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment on one of my writings. You are very welcome here. I read your work, it's quite dark but very interesting. Hmmm.

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