Trapped in the golden cage
The cage of unfulfilled desires
The cage of love and expectations
The cage with vast vistas,
Each door so welcoming
Yet so deceptive!
The pleasures of caged life
The gratification of cravings
Kept her tightly bound.
With clipped wings she looks around,
Distressed dove later found
That was her life!
A life of tragic torture,
A life of total surrender
In the sea of tears
Facing physical and mental anguish
Suppressed by own desires!
Longing to break free
Yet seeking little moment of glee
Conspiring to grab all
The cage would never open
The golden cage was her fate.
© Balroop Singh.
This poem is an excerpt from my book ‘Sublime Shadows Of Life’ (available at Amazon.com)
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Sometimes it becomes quite difficult to save yourself from such traps, they appear to be tempting but their delusion dawns on us when it is too late. What are your thoughts about such situations? I would love to hear your views.
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