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Random Poem:

Large shiny black eyes...
rahulsanghvi

Large shiny black eyes, beautiful thick brows,
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Thin mouth set firmly, as if everything she knows,
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Silken flowing black hair, falling on arms slightly bent,
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Fists tightly closed, as if on a mission she had been sent,
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A mission that maybe she had never liked at all,
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Against which her heart had given a passionate call…
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Oft when in the morning the mirror she saw,
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Wondered she – with her face what was the flaw ?
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Whence came the fear she saw in so many eyes,
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Could no one even hope that she might be nice ?
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For they hated her even before seeing her once,
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Her fear was passed away from fathers to sons,
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So less were those that had seen her face full,
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They loved her beauty, said they – of grace she was so full…
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And they said her eyes were full of love and pity,
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Find they could not why others thought she was all cruelty,
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Had she not ended so many unending sufferings ?
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Had she not gone to those who had called out her name,
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In moments of hopelessness, who had gone by her fame,
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Thinking that to all their problems she would be the solution,
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Though never did she know how they got this notion …
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For only she knew what it was to face the mother of the son she went to,
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To look into the eyes of so many others he had been known to,
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To each of whose hearts were tied strings he had pulled,
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They all blamed her, not seeing the tears she had in her eyes,
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So she had learnt to smile, not waiting any longer for her prize…
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For such was her task, such was her existence,
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But I bow to her, for I have heard my sentence,
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Hear me, I look forward to meet thee,
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And I can hardly stop feeling all glee,
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I shall love you forever, time time doth stoppeth,
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None can take you away from me, my dear Death !
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