Sonnet: In Frustration

I want to break the sand castle I made;
I wish to bring the bird-nest down from tree;
I want to burn even the Everglade;
I wish to divorce now and become free.

I want to crush the piece I painted long;
I wish to break my sculptures of life-time;
I want to burn my first pretty love-song;
I wish to roll in greasy mud and slime.

I want to tear the book I loved to read;
I wish to hit my car against the wall;
I want to live in vices and misdeed;
I wish to undo my achievements all.

All this I feel because I’m frustrated,
When I would want to do things I hated.

8-19-2002

by Dr. A.Celestine Raj Manohar M.D.,

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