Demon.

She saw a person,
Tall and dark,
The person left people,
With many brusies and harsh marks.

She saw the person,
walk towards her,
Getting very close to where she was,
“I Killed many people today”,
He told her.

She realized he was a demon,
And hated him in every way,
She tried to fight him,
To stop him,
But found herself too drained.

Her life was getting dim,
When finally came a day,
She leaped off the top floor,
The demon was inside her,
She was no more.

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29 thoughts on “Demon.

  1. Yaar pata nahi tha ki maange itni jaldi puri hoti hai yahan hahah, another well written poem. You have a great control on your words and I always love the imagery you bring to the poem, leaves me amazed every time (kaise karti ho lol). Aaj Kal dark poems bahut likhti ho, Lakta hai ghar me electricity kuch jaada hi jaati hai hahaha. Anyways, jokes apart, great work as always so keep it up and I hope to read more soon as I always love your work. Best wishes and regards to you and your family. Have a great day ahead of you, enjoy and live the moment.

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    • Thankyou so much Gaurav.I’m trying my hand on stories as well as dark poems,Like the darker part of my imaginations!Good wishes to you and your family as well.Have a great day ahead of you as well,and keep writing,liking and commenting! πŸ™‚

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      • As I said last time too, imaginations are great and good to know that you are exploring all dimensions of it. I will definately keep liking it and commenting as long as you keep writing haha. As long as there is something for me to reflect upon and supportive readers like yourself, I will definately keep writing. Again, you have a great I guess afternoon then evening and a dark night πŸ™‚

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  2. I love love love LOVE your writing!! It’s so relatable and well written. Thank u for following my blog. Do you have an Instagram account I can stalk as well? πŸ˜›

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