Poetry

Grey: Poem

Sidlak#3
Sidlak: A five line poem composed of 3-5-7-9 syllables and the last line (without restrictions on syllables) indicates a colour that sums up the authors’ feelings and the spirit of the poem.

 

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The moon’s welts

reflect a beaten

broken world of hapless sins

Yet there’s hope- hints of white glint amidst

the grey globe of today

Copyright © Roshni Ramanan

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Poetry

I said, She said- Poem

She said I’m all good,
Meant Challenge my lie.
She said Of course not!
Meant Isn’t it obvious?
She said I got this,
Meant For the love of God, help me!
She said I’d like to be alone,
Meant Stay with me every second.
She said You’ve tons of friends,
Meant Screw them and save me!
She said You are my everything,
Meant I depend on you for all but nothing.
She said You’re an awesome success,
Meant I’m awfully jealous.
She said You’re the best at everything!
Meant Remind me I am good enough.
She said You give no shits about me,
Meant Reassure me, please?
She said You can’t do this and that,
Meant You can but don’t you dare!
She said A good person won’t this and that,
Meant Your free will will cost you.
She said, she said, she said- until
I said one day:
I said I’m done here,
Meant I’m done here.

 

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