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To Die

March 28, 2014 | By

You are pulled in, by an invisible force,
Then you move in a course!

Then you sight one door, Which speaks in a voice, so sore?

Then you sight one door,
Which speaks in a voice, so sore?

Did you know what it is to die?
You feel unconscious and have to lie.

You doze off and awake in,
A room full of surprising din!

You search for these dins excitedly,
You find a door, surprisingly!

You enter into the room,
And notice that it is full of gloom!

Then you sight one door,
Which speaks in a voice, so sore?

It says,”Oh, come inside me,
I`ll give you a magnificent tea!”

You are pulled in, by an invisible force,
Then you move in a course!

And then you have to say bye-bye,
To your loved ones and immediately die!

Archisha loves reading adventure stories and is a prolific writer of stories and poems.
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4 thoughts on “To Die

    1. Archisha Bhatt

      The first line of the poem just came to my mind and I wrote it down and then the subsequent lines fell in place.(it is just from my imagination, don`t take it seriously)

  • madhu

    Great little angel……………!

    Important to note that apart from a talented poet she is a student and understands the value of time management as well….::))

    Keep it up….!

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