Friday, March 26, 2010

In hateful memory of an Encountered Comrade


I wanted you dead, but
Never on the hands of our commonest enemies...
I would have savoured you alive and wounded
In the mind, not the flesh...
Just as you might think I am one of them
I too feel you are one of them
You conspired with the State
To take my Love away...
I hated you
With the last turn of the silencer
You have become the immortal martyr
Am listening to Raag Tori by Kumar Gandharva
I dont believe there are only three kinds of people
Like you.
He likes you. Perhaps loves even.
You didn't have to defeat me like this
But that you did
I shall gallop along now
You can haunt me and make him love you
Does death make one better?
Even if it does, do I quiver?
But I wanted you dead
Never on the hands of the State
Or of mine...

4 comments:

LOCIO said...

good blog please visit my blogs www.luciobabolo.blogspot.com or www.giochipercell.blogspot.com

barnalisaha said...

Beautiful poem.

Icicle said...

I'm feeling the anger..

Delphic Oracle said...

u r welcome...to feel the anger, that is...