I used to believe in good old days, Still concerned about the little ways. To get back in my childhood era. Those uncountable acquaintances, Now they are just faded faces. Buzzing around oftentimes, I do look at them with all my gracious Rhymes. Those long sandwalks, I heard many voices & those preacher talks. Standing on the top of a pile, I saw the world with my pure human eyes. My incapability of not performing as others, Don’t forget we came from different mothers. Though the course may be disturbingly fascinating, Spot you there at the end of the lives you kept devastating. I walked clean and I did no mean. There was nothing to fear, but one day someone molested me who was so near. Crippled inside myself that night, Was so devastated couldn’t spoke a word inspite. Moments still glare, dig in your knife so that you can pare. Shadows no more controls me, I fiercely play with them, and still move freely. Enjoyed every bit just like my first bicycle wheelie. I did both,from playing with slum folks to slept like a sloth. Now I miss my never ending era. Entered my puberty, with little bit of curiosity To not to have those thoughts control authority. I was wild, a state called child.