Border [inspired Onreading Mamtaji's Death Of A Soldier]

Poem By Angelina Pandian

It is refreshing to get that opportunity,
To be placed on a pedestal...
As if one sits on a throne.

It is refreshing to do this,
With an attention received...
To one that is shown.

But getting comfortable,
Is not recommended.
Especially if one's ego becomes cemented.

It is just the experience alone,
One should value.
And not a belief where one sits,
Represents a permanence.
There is nothing more durable,
Than those memories of one that seem to linger.

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