No Questions, Please!

No Questions, Please! short poem

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Why? What? How? Where?
Questions at every toss, questions at every turn,

Find me a land devoid of these queries…
Where none exists but only the fact series,
That
can’t be questioned,
need not be answered.

Take me to the waters of unquestioning waves…
Which offer a ride without having the answer craze,
Which
freely embrace,
and let go without a trace.

Discover me a forest with bright skies…
Which envelops me in its unquestioning eyes,
That
blink their love,
from the high above.

Locate me such a wonderful world…
With no room for the whys and the wheres,
And a banner on the door that says:
No Questions, Please!

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Preeti
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A world where I exist freely, where there are no questions! Beautiful thought, I say!

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