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Turmoil
by uppalapati Lakshmi Prasanthi

Thursday, April 24, 2003

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one day or other, some time or other in one's life, may be everyone feel the turmoil


Neither I wish to live
nor I want to die

dare not to peep into future
like not to look into past

spending the present
so as to flow with the current

nothing gives me pleasure
nor even pain hurts

but a small understanding
and a slow awakening

may be the past birth's sins
reap the fruits now

paralyzing my thoughts
creating confusion in my deeds

what I was, what I am,
what I can be?

how strong the ordinance of god
how inevitable his judgement.

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Reviewed by Kiran Anumalasetty (Reader) 12/31/2007
I tried to stay with these lines without analysing them and found them very insightful. Thank you for such a beautiful poem !
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 12/3/2003
Profound write...enjoyed much...cheers...love n luck....BHUWAN
Reviewed by Srinivas Surya (Reader) 8/5/2003
It speaks so much about the uncertainity, indefiniteness of life. Melancholic and beautiful...its like a lilting lullaby...but one with sorrow.
Reviewed by Vijaya bhaskar Rao 7/19/2003
Eventhough the language is simple,I feel the prasanthi trying to play with words...may be the past birth's sins ..reap the fruits now ..U mean to say that sins will reap fruits...like u r name make your mind cool. I am sure u will become a good poet...

Reviewed by Maria Cristina Azcona 7/13/2003
Beautiful, thoughtful and rhythmic
Reviewed by Vahini Epari 7/4/2003
There's Pain & suffering in your poem.
It's wisely said:
"The saddest song is beautiful enough"
I wish i could change the way u feel.
Reviewed by venkata neelam (Reader) 5/25/2003
I like it very much.hmm..ya.. i don't have any otherwords ...simply..i love it..thats it
Reviewed by Krishna Reddy 5/10/2003
A beautiful poem about the life's uncertainities. But please kill the karma theory, it does not help but only leads to fatalism.
"Life is a test.
It is only a test.
Had this been a real
life you would have been
instructed where to go and
what to do." - Unknown
Reviewed by Sridhar 4/28/2003
This is a good one.
It looks like u write these poems as an experienced one
Reviewed by ramprasad 4/26/2003
a beautiful and realistic one really its trustworthy to go through your articles and poetry.the one who understands will definitely feel where he or she stands. ramu
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 4/24/2003
this is a beautiful poem
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/24/2003
Well done. Take charge of your life. We are here to do and be or we wouldn't be here. There!!! My sermon for the day. [smiles]
Reviewed by Digital Fairy 4/24/2003
Wow, I can definitely relate to this turmoil...

Very deep and insightful poem..

--Karissa
Reviewed by Christine Morell 4/24/2003
A very profound poem.Very well done.
Chrissie
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