Walking By The Path

Walking By The Path prose poem

Uploaded by Sakshi Pandey

Walking by the path, walking by the street
I met many people who told me I was sweet.
They walked with me a few miles, praising me all the day,
We walked through the woods and fields green, talking all the way.
After a few miles we met a huge storm,
The people who told me that they were mine,
left my hand and told me to have faith on the Divine.
I raged through the storm alone with all my might,
But it tore my skin which bled really high.
After sometime the furious storm was over, I was wounded and my brain was in dismay.
But still I gathered courage to walk on my way to reach my destination.
And as soon as I reached my destination,
I found myself surrounded by those people again.
But this time I was wiser than before and hence I chose to walk alone.
My life gave me a great lesson which said,
“This life is like a tree and the people are like the birds.
When the sun will shine bright, the birds will sit on the tree merrily
but as soon as the sun goes down and it gets dark, the birds leave the tree alone.”
So walk alone that’s all I say,
Do your duty and leave this place.

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