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Entangled In Grief-Stricken Questions

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Entangled In Grief-Stricken Questions

Soon the autumn will come And the winter too. As I lay counting my days - I wonder, will this autumn be my last season? Yet I long for winter and spring too, Will my dying day be happy as I am now? Yet I long for sunshine and moonshine too. Will I be able to face my death? Yet I long for more years and immortality too. Will my soul reincarnate after I go? Yet I wish but hate this life too. Will I be paid for my deeds in eternity? Yet I don't believe in superstitions. Will I be welcomed in heaven? Though nobody has seen heaven and hell. These questions are mysteries And I'm entangled in grief Searching for the answers !!

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  1. Date: 9/22/2013 8:36:00 PM
    this struck an anxious cord in me....questions I usually try to avoid.....a great write

    Bantawa Avatar Kiran Bantawa
    Date: 9/22/2013 8:43:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    Thank you for appreciating. Uncertainties and mysteries encircle our lives and we die with our unsolved questions, that's where we fail.