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04 July, 2005

Don't call you back

Your thoughts gnawing inside my head the entire day
Like wiggling worms nibbling away at images
Leaving a trail of half chewed brain cells
You stay, slowly dieing on every bite

And I don’t call you back

For the sound of you will call my demons back
Gnashing their teeth and growling their might
Over whatever I have scraped together as mine
Whatever I will not let you drown
Whatever you cannot merge in you
Or your thoughts

And I don’t call you back

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2 Comments:

Blogger Natasha said...

Very interesting metaphors.
Wrenches the emotions pictorially.

04 July, 2005 23:44  
Blogger Max Babi said...

Hi Arundhati,

Very intimate, absorbing and effective poem here. There is one spelling error 'dieing' should have been typed as 'dying'- otherwise the whole poem is as neat as a piece of crystalware.

Keep posting, and cheeerz!

06 July, 2005 08:52  

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