My last wish

Time passes turning the tears into smile,

Life takes a turn and changes in a while;

Its riddle, an enigma & a mysterious secret,

To puzzle it out well I have no strength left;

Trapping the content in my very last breath i wish,

Never make demands which will never accomplish;

Life gives birth to hopes which teach hearts to dream,

Which fly high with wings and brightly they beam!

Desire is the root cause of sorrow which i will kill,

Freeing myself from the life with a pleased feel;

O death, embrace me breaking all the ties,

In the arms of my love closing my eyes.

Copyright 2015 Chitkala Mulye (Chitkala Aditosh

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37 thoughts on “My last wish”

  1. For some people happiness lies in becoming rich right?I only meant to say business should also help people.what is more likely i think would happen with a person like you with a soft heart customers can take advantage πŸ˜€

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  2. There’s something therapeutic and alluring about writing concerning death. I too like to write concerning topics I’m not necessarily personally involved with. That’s the beauty of poetry- exploring emotions/subjects foreign to ourselves in an attempt to understand someone else. Thank you for your expression πŸ™‚

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      1. The assumptions can be frustrating, I know. I wrote a poem about letting go of an unhealthy relationship and it included a line about vows. Even though I have a perfectly wonderful marriage, I still got messages from close friends asking if all was okay. Crazy. I write a lot based off scenes I really love in books. Readers don’t always know that.

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