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Your existence is a must, O father!

None can your daughter trust, O father!

All my teen life,

I survived under your shelter

You left and O father

My life turned helter-skelter

Disorganized I be, with the lack of honesty

I lack the vision of wisdom,

Without you I grew throwing silent tantrum

I carried out our duties, O father,

But wish I could become you

Made innumerable blunders so far

Lord! Let me start anew

 All those men I met so far

Within them, I sought your perfection

Did I find? Oh No! I failed every time

To build the forever connection

With a shattered ego and heart,

I gaze at your legacy fallen apart

In your tough daughter, a weakling persists

O father! I wish in me you could exist!




A wacky thinker, may be cross-wired in head but true to the richness of learning and writing. Like most writers, I believe in writing on a whim to express my emotions. In love with music, art of writing and chicken. I regret not traveling and exploring a lot. That's what I look forward to.

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