I was born in a cocoon,
my mother gave me three boons,
I strived to get out of this shelter ,
looking everywhere with pride demurs.
I turned a school going fellow,
Sitting & thinking in the meadow.
I never used to concede my mistake.
And my friend told me I’ll fade from my aim.
I turned a teenager,
When my father told me to work hard like a farmer.
I turned adult when my mother told me to be a nerd,
I walked through in leisure finding what I am destined to.
My mother asked me to marry a man who is right for you.
I turned thirty when I decided to have some adventures in melody.
I turned fifty,
when I became lazy & my body started firing me.
I turned old,
When I was ready to serve myself at a place of dignity.
I was waiting for the death to come.
And now I finally reached the kingdom, the heaven was here.
Read my other poem: Flaws Are Beautiful