When ‘Right’ Goes ‘Wrong’

When things go wrong
Wrong seems so right
False path shines bright
Heart welcomes evil’s night
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The cold season takes over your body
Shivers you every now and then
To keep you shaken in the chill,
So natural the outer ...
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When right seems wrong

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When right seems wrong

  1. 1. When ‘Right’ Goes ‘Wrong’ When things go wrong Wrong seems so right False path shines bright Heart welcomes evil’s night As devil take its flight When wrong seems so right All “right” goes “wrong” So does the heart from strong Blown far, far from belong Mind filled with intentions Of wrong and false Which seems so exact Serving the thoughts kept taunting the brain The very matter keeps on haunting It haunts and soon takes you over Possesses you with its evilness mind Committing sin, against you yourself So deep your heart beats As if it could stop anytime Veins as if, never functioned Eyes seems so mean, And so does the intentions held in it. Lips utter a hundred words Yet not one which makes sense For they never meant to mean Just to say as in to “say”
  2. 2. The cold season takes over your body Shivers you every now and then To keep you shaken in the chill, So natural the outer look you’ll own For the cold and eerie part is buried Within your body, Underneath your soft beautiful skin So mean… Repressed anger, slides out through every routine, Hurting splashes as words flows out, And when the splash hits the place intended, Heart enjoys the triumph! Accompanied with a mute smile of evil… Darkness seems to be the peace maker Along with loneliness and The moonlight shade Where the utmost beauty Transforms to utmost ugly. This only happens, When things so “right” goes “very wrong”. 19th October 2005

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