The Young One – Indian Periodical Magazine

the perfection got lost in the crowd of comparison
the betterment got better with the advancement of time

Kritika

The above two lines are a part of the poem which you can find on the mentioned links below.

You can pick the one with the title from the list of contents here:
http://indianperiodical.com/2016/09/list-of-contents/

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You can directly go the art piece here:
http://indianperiodical.com/2020/10/the-young-one/

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by
Kritika

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Please

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too quiet that the silence wants a break
bored of leaning on the fatigues mistake
wearied eyes too now wish to wake
coronavirus please let me have some cake

by
Kritika

*This was two months ago. Covid-19 is still present but as an individual I am taking all the necessary measures I should when moving out of the home. Are you?

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Now

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the power was in me
yet I thought a change I might see
time kept wringing in my head
solace formed its silhouette
deep inside the protective fairy skin
knowledge kept collecting in abundance
helping to form my own opinions

now,

none can harm the growing star
the light will blind the fake eyes
none can tear the silent heart
a smile will purse the mouths wide

by
Kritika

*Picture Credit: Photo by Roberto Nickson on Pexels.com

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