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What If

The colors of life
If ended in vain,
What fantasy I might gain.
Deep mourn will go away
Extravagance of joy and pain
On the way Where I used to walk
Off goes the thorn
Replaced with fame
The colors of rain If dissolved in light
What fantasy then You might gain
Cold winter will go away
Happiness of winter rain
The road where I used to walk
Glitter with all that shines
The insight of an honest heart
Will stay with a life,
That’s mine.
The colors of life
If ended in rain
What fantasy I might gain
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Submitted by Azalea Spirit on October 04, 2014

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Abinash Parajuli

Abinash Parajuli is a Nepali poet, novelist, music critic and a journalist. Currently, he's acting a CEO/Executive Editor at MuzBuzz Monthly Magazine. more…

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