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' Only If It Was '! ! ! !
AU (7th march 1990 / )

' Only If It Was '! ! ! !

There would be you, there wouldn't be you
Your world will care for a while, this world will have no clue
Your existence is significantly nonexistent to this world, even if you do
This world is your world you thought it was,
Why do you not know 'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world


It is strange how one spends an entire lifetime to live for this world
How better it would have been to be someone's world
But you being their world is your world but not their world
After all you being someone's world is your world not this world,
All that matters is this worldly world! ! !


But there isn't anything wrong in being someone's world
Only that it shatters them when you get drifted in the worldly world
Only that their world is no more existing but yet they are
Still…
Why do you not know 'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world


An entire lifetime we live in our world yet we struggle
Never doing justice to our existence in this world
Solely because we live in the wrong world
We know not we care not but we deal with it a lot


Only if you could understand that this world isn't about you, me or the world
It is about which world one opts to live in
Only make sure that the world you choose to live in exists in this world
Because only then will you ever know
'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world! !


-aAstha

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Comments (5)

A nice poetic imagination, Aastha. You may like to read my poem, Love and Lust. Thanks
Why do you not know 'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world...This is indeed the wrong world.well written!
Why do you not know 'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world. This is the wrong world! nicely written.
A beautiful poem, Aastha. Nicely written
Because only then will you ever know 'this' world is not 'your' world but a 'worldly' world! ! Beautifully expressed poem where sincerity of love is superseded by worldly world Col Muhammad Khalid Khan