A Woe-Man – 1

Her silence bleeds,

At known unknown situations,

Astute eyes suffer mist,

Blindness supersede all perceptions,

 

Cavernous pain hides in shallow responsibilities,

Accomplishing puppetry actions,

Loneliness gifted in togetherness,

None cares about dead reactions,

 

Treated with filth & aggression,

Used and abused with right,

Unspoken words loses identity,

Absolute darkness seems so bright

 

Learning to die alive,

Hopelessness seems so evident

A voice unheard & depressed

Dying pointless like a rodent,  

 

Pain, blood, aloofness are allies,

Stitched onto life with precision,

Soul breathing for self, yet,

Living an existence of someone else decision.

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About DiwakarMe

Diwakar Pokhriyal is a writer by passion. He has written 10 poetry books and 1 short story collection which is published. He has been a part of 64 anthologies/magazines with writers around the world. His works are also included in various websites. He is also a part of "Limca Book of Records - 2015" as he participated in "Synthesis - The First book on duet poetry". He has won “Poiesis Award for Excellence in Literature-2014” for his short story. With a touch of music in him, he is also a member of the GRV Band as a rhythm guitarist and songwriter. The songs can be enjoyed on You tube channel of GRV Band.

3 thoughts on “A Woe-Man – 1

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for July 2013 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . *** Poem of the Month..Listen to the Whirlwind – Ogunjimi James Taiwo..***..In the Category of Highly Commended,(tabulated alphabetically)..** (The) Blind enlightened – Sridhar Karanam **…** Eye my soul – Reena Prasad **…** Jesus at the Well – Phil Martin **…** Sand bank – Madhumita Ghosh **…** They Name is Holy -Kiriti Sengupta **…** Tripping – Suzanne Parlee **…** When words fail you – Neha Verma **…** Wild Leaf – Tapeshwar Prasad **…** (A) Wilting Tree – Milon Moksedul **…** Window to my soul – Jan Phillips **…** (A) Woe-Man-1 – Diwakar Pokhriyal **…** Yellowing pages – Sunil Sharma **…

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