|F|R|E|E|D|O|M|

Good to be with you,
With you in a grassy meadow.
‘it was good to look for the streams of harmony,
Good to try to find out a shadow.
As to take refuge from the hell,
You asked to flee away from this evil world,
To a place so serene and calm
Where loving are animals, loving every bird.
With you, I viewed the life from a different angle
Created a different perspective of universe
Of love, of peace, of life
I got, vague are our actions, ambiguous our gestures.
Ill-mannered we all are! Evil our wishes
Being sincere, I wanna see you in pain
And you wish to see me in trouble
All that we say about ourselves is in vain.
But now, o amigo!, I’m indifferent to this envious world
Let’s make a decision, let’s fly
Let this cruel world on its own,
Let’s get liberated; let’s die! 

I wrote this poem when I was studying at college. (Giving it here ‘as-is’.) It was also published in Young World. I know it doesn’t meet the requirements of feet and meters of English Poetry. :) Read it for fun!

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12 thoughts on “|F|R|E|E|D|O|M|

  1. @K Hussain
    boo-boo! u commented on the wrong post :)
    Khair, thnx :) n do visit back.

    @Ruler
    Fank u for lykin’ it.

    @mubi
    hmm, last three lines do hv sth in them.
    How wud U describe ur idea of |F|R|E|E|D|O|M|?

    @д§mд
    i was sure u’d lyk it if u dropped in here :)
    thnx. n keep visiting.

  2. well thats something i wud avoid answering.. freedom has been so twisted now, taken for granted may i say? in general ie.
    for me the idea of freedom is on two levels. one is fantastical, when i could break away the shackles of the society and fly away to my desires.period.
    level two as you might have guessed is freedom in the real world. that freedom is limited and restricted and comes with a sense of responsibility which is normally absent. hence the twisted taken for granted freedom.

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