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Unanswered Question

Zahra Kesaria 2001 (Ahmadabad)

The night is silent but still its noisy! why?
Is this the noise of the waves of my thoughts crashing?
Or is it the noise of the battle going inside my head!
Or is everything silent and its just the whoop of my fan?
I am confused, over whelmed with dozens of question!
Questions which hold hope like a mother carrying a baby in her belly
And for these questions i have a question!
When will the baby born!

About this poem

This poem is just about the link between confusion and hope.

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Written on October 30, 2022

Submitted by zahrakesaria42887 on October 30, 2022

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Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 405
Words 85
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 8

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