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Read Poems by Rashmi Ramesh

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Every morning, I wake up haunted,

As if, something missing in life, is wanted...

What exactly I am looking for,

Do I have a dream to live?

Feelings and emotions are involved,

Nothing in life seems solved...

Life is a quest they say,

And here honesty never pays.

Family thinks, I hardly care,

And that’s the reason, My facts, I don’t share.

What is true, what is false...

I know my reasons and my God knows them all...

When everything will turn right?

Only happiness, will be in and out of my sight...

When will I get a chance,

To cash my luck.

Failure is giving me a glance,

And I swear, It really sucks.

Though I know,
                I will have to make my own way..
Breaking the darkness, 
                               "I know, I will definitely shine one day".

Written by: Rashmi Ramesh..

Copyright © Rashmi Ramesh | Year Posted 2016


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