Milind Gautam

It's 4:am, the visitors came,
Oh, these melancholic thoughts,
What to expect?
They make me feel bluish and
Pushing me down on my death bed.

Colossal tears running down my eyes,
I'm asking my self  "should I do it
Whom to blame? myself or the devil
in disguise,
Life without love, is it worth to fight?

Driven by my seldom joy,
I can't see any hope insight,
Despite being comforted by my
pillow soaked in tears,
I can't sleep tonight.

The fear of getting hurt makes me
Like the people getting feared from
Carving it away by light,
Negetive thoughts often comes to
my mind,
"Should I kill myself tonight?"

                                       ~Milind Gautam 

  • Author: Milind Gautam (Offline Offline)
  • Published: April 6th, 2022 02:25
  • Category: Sad
  • Views: 30
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  • Dahlia

    well penned poet, despite the melancholy, its a beautiful reflection
    on the different stages we undergo in our human evolution...enjoyed

  • Milind Gautam

    Iā€™m glad you enjoyed

  • Christina8

    Great job on this write, I feel your pain with the insomnia but the answer to your question is never 'yes' EVER. There's much to live for, you just gotta give it time.--Christina

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