a poem by Komal Jindal, India - poetry writer, author, poet

Converting all the light into sorrow’s dark
Spoken words blown in the form of warp

Is this called the carnival of rust
The repercussion of a sudden outburst

Forming a wound which is so fresh
Cutting it deeper with sword of word that were rash

Lighting up the Flames higher and higher
Igniting the heart jewel precious than sapphire

Can it be redone for god’s sake
They left you believing that the rage was not fake

Could you have controlled your mouth for once
Your unfiltered words have made you a dunce

Why do you regret when you need to repent now
Just say sorry and just take the vow (for not being a foul mouthed)

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