Monday, 9 February 2015

SOUL TALKS


When I Die

When I die don't you cry
the tears so false and dry
be fair in your desires so wry
smile that is only thing you try
Don't you cry when I die.

When I die don't you cry
remembering promises which you never complied
words you said but never applied
feelings you showed but hidden contempt inside
Don't you cry when I die.

When I die don't you cry
for things you did which never went by and by
in times dire and in "why" 
for actions not meant grow high
Don't you cry when I die.

When I die don't you cry
bitter wrapped in sweetness defy
seeing pain but turn a blind eye
kept quiet as not shy
Don't you cry when I die.

When I die don't you cry
For letting me a part of sky
For all the sours peek fly
for what you were not but standby
Don't you cry when I die.

Instead let all masks unmasked
to see others soul embarked
to let not rest die demarked
to let not rest die demarked.


Sangeeta Sharma