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Cries And Laughs

Poetry By: wasi abbas

If you are forced to cry at your arrival to the world, how do you expect the world to make you laugh through the journey of life till death?

Submitted:Oct 31, 2010    Reads: 89    Comments: 6    Likes: 4   

What a life this is!

You don't have your will

in to be born.


You're born,

And everyone needs you

to cry.


You don't have,

Your choice to smile

or to cackle.


You have to

Cry at any cost;

you'd be beaten otherwise.


Even your mother

Don't nurse you,

Unless you cry.


Ah! At last you cry,

And everyone around you,

smiles and smiles.


And then you grow up;

You smile, You cackle,

and laugh too.


But your smiles remain

With you untill you're,

in your mother's lap.


As you jump out

Of lap, you're acknowledged

to worldly worries.


The world tease you,

And you cry and cry

to your last breathe.


You cry as hard,

Even your blood roll

down through tears.


And you fall down

Pleading to the world,

for heredity and mercy.


And at last God

Take you up for

He is merciful to All.



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