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Beside a grave with empty heart



With empty heart and frozen mind,
I stared at the nature's muted strings.

Bitter burst of thoughts remained-
Grinding the marbles of misty mind..

This grave lends every part of sorrow.
Taking humps and slumps as borrow.

Bats and bulls doesn't come here,
Crows and carts doesn't come here.
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