Looking at the infinite space above my head,
I stood there petrified, asking for a shed.
I begged for sympathy when it became relentless,
The hardest lesson of my life left me heartless.
Hard to see them indulging in such violence,
Whom I have always adored now disappoint.
Involuntary action I made showed no sign of repentance,
Because the call of the hour seemed more appropriate.
Watching them fight and fight without any reason,
Over the trivial issue that had least importance.
The time where all the hard works were to blossom,
They left me alone forcing me to question my conscience.
I was helpless then and pondering over them now haunts,
Those sleepless nights I successfully passed,
Forced me to think about life being occupied by ugly chants,
And I was left only with the love they once shared.
Was it me responsible for all the filthy expressions?
Have to accept, learnt nothing but dirty aggressions.
What I received as a small boy is inexplicable,
While seeking the truth then, was unquestionable.