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A Decision
by Kuldeep Kumar Srivastava

Friday, November 20, 2009
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Life is nothing but a long wait for a decision.


Moments linger,

as life continues;

blank of irrelevance

filtering lucidly

the remnants of ashes of

the malicious past,

a decision stands awaited.  


We have been living

in dimensions different,

adventurous dreamers,

looking at only the


an incomplete decision churns.


Two-headed eagle reaching

out to the outers;

the night, as usual, is so dark,

unreal stars

an inenubilable loss,

have we not failed to explain?


Words have limitations,

their hopeless convolutions

their idiotic silence

we don’t understand this world

despite these words,



Little knots of haze

tease apart our inners,

awake and restless

we feel robbed of

our self-ignorance.


Long after we have

ceased to live,

a decision is still


as we all stand in awe

looking forlornly;

we run no risks.

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Reviewed by Odin Roark 3/3/2012
The free verse nature of this thinking allows the reader to look between and beneath the words, knowing the essence awaits those who are determined to discover... just as the writer proffers. There are some of us who risk, knowing that's what it's all about. I'm sure you are one of them.
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