Words countdown

Words countdown short poem

A thought so perturbing that questions our state of being
what is the purpose of this life and living?
too short a time and the doubts unending
this countdown in sync with our birth
sooner demystified the better it is
limited time given on earth
depleting word each line
will I know
or just

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Bhargavi Kerur

Novel style

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An interesting and unique format to put forth the thought of ever descending life. It’s these experiments you keep doing with words that makes the reader look forward to your verses. Be it a ‘soapy poem’ or the ‘climb downhill’, you do have your way with words @Abhishek_Jain


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