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Chanchal Kumar Das 1981 (Kolkata)
Whatsoever affection to give attention to instigate,
Everyone would depart the opposite shore of life today.
Don't deceived I don't deceived, all would get shelter today.
Life would not respond in any outer scream.
Whatsoever expectation to collect built in my heart,
Some of ungratified and some of gratified.
All would be destroy at the last day of life, Some would not and some would erosive.
The border of expectation invisible in border lines,
They were my life in thirst forever.
Life is roving,free from obstruction,
Death will accept Life today.to get Bliss and afflict life has climbed up.
Maintenance is absent above,too.
Getting a great of pleasure my heart has proud .
To ending the play
Life will observe to defeat.
About this poem
This Poem was written to describe the value of life . Pleasure of life.fantacy.Joy is precious in our life.and end of those call Death.
Written on January 01, 2015
Submitted by cdposantipur on August 02, 2022
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