All of Me


A/N: I am truely glad that this poem have received thousand of commendations as it got more than 2,000 reads only after few days I upladed here in Wattpad.Also, it was published in a local newspaper of Hong Kong named 'Young Post' in April,2012 for which I work at now.I hope you all enjoy it!And do feel free to comment and share it with your friends

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© 2014 Gurung Dristi-


They say, "No tolerance for innocence,"

No desire for naïve

They eat at her flushed flesh like maggots,

consume her mind with their wicked whispers.

Then, innocence turns to hatred and fear

Innocence gone, but they still come near

In the eyes, where a clear oceanic blue once brewed

has now become the Niagara Falls

Tears telling torrid truths

She couldn't face-

Like the glowering image in the mirror

Her reflection was clearer

Pretty Girls rock, stare at her and titter

Of human ignorance she is almost in despair,

For racism is around her everywhere

But like they say sheer ignorance is bliss

Just like Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss

She thought,

"I don't want to repeat my innocence.

I just want the pleasure of losing it again

because, all things truly start from that innocence."

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