Friday, February 21, 2014

Aakhri Pal


Maa tu baethi thi sehlab si
Man ke andar chupi ardaas si
Dekh ke tujhe, dil kare pyar karu
Roothu tujhse hi, tujhse hi laad karu.

Na jaa ma, akela kar ke mujhe
Meri daastan adhuri hai tere bina
Koi nahi tere jaisa deewana
Khoraak ka nahi, Sang hai tere mujhe jeena

Haathon ko tere, tarse mere haath
Rakh de un haathon pe apne tu haath
Maar mujhe, kos mujhe
Chod na de, itni asaani se saath

Jeeke bhi main zinda nahi rahungi
Waada kar mujhse, pyar utna hi rahega
Jane se tere, ummedein guzar jayengi
Bin tere mera khyal kaun rakhega

Tujhe sulaao, tujhe sehlaau
Sochti hu roz karke dikhau
Ki tu man badal le jaane ka ab
Bina tere kaise main jee paau

Yaad aayenge wo keemti pal
Jo guzaare itne saal sath rehke
Lori sunana tera, roti khilana tera
Gungunana dhuno ko, aise jaise
bageeche me phool meke

Bas bhi karo, kitna rulaaogi
Jaane se pehle kaise samjhaogi
Ki zindagi ka to yahi daur hai
Aj tha koi, kal koi aur hai.


(This poem has been written for a reason. Children who do not respect their mother, suffer from ever loneliness. Not a rumor, its a fact. Here the daughter is narrating this to her mom. Mom has cancer while the traumatized daughter is making an effort to steal her mom away from cancer. Feeble mother and daughter, tear up while lying down. When the blood stopped flowing in mom's body and the time paused.

Moral - Respect your parents. You won't get anybody like them.)

Last Day of Life

She had teared until her last breath,
trembled and tormented soul of hers was tearing apart,
with no sign of grief.

She laid her head on her mom's corpse
humming the lullabies that were recalled through past
With closed eyes,
gone in the moment of hell
alive yet dead

The cancer had taken her mom aloof
to a different element of outer space.

While she was traumatized in the game of coma.