Nikhil Parekh - Indian Poet

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In order to reach the stupendously astronomical summit of the mountain; you needed to break the barriers of skepticism, 


 


In order to achieve the unlimited; you needed to break the barriers of pompously inflated ego, 


 


In order to swim intrepidly against the treacherously swirling storm; you needed to break the barriers of curled introversion, 


 


In order to nose dive from the realms of the clouds without a parachute on your skin; you needed to break the barriers of inexplicably lingering fear, 


 


In order to trespass through a blanket of vindictively flaming thorns; you needed to break the barriers of trembling nervousness, 


 


In order to sing in front of the threateningly menacing dinosaur; you needed to break the barriers of profuse timidness, 


 


In order to put your fingers into the sharks mouth; you needed to break the barriers of insurmountable pain, 


 


In order to beg on the boisterously streaming streets; you needed to break the barriers of profound embarrassment, 


 


In order to drink back tears of poignant blood; you needed to break the barriers of devastating sadness, 


 


In order to inundate a barren ocean of paper with infinite lines of supremely spell binding literature; you needed to break the barriers of inferiority complex; embedded in the veins, 


 


In order to meditate relentlessly all night and day in front of the Almighty Lord; you needed to break the barriers of unfathomably overpowering desire, 


 


In order to dig your own grave when infact you were blissfully living; you needed to break the barriers of greedy existence, 


 


In order to talk like an unflinching prince infront of the prolifically augmenting audience; you needed to break the barriers of pertinently incessant retrospection, 


 


In order to confront the unprecedented battalion of demons singlehanded; you needed to break the barriers of inevitably quavering hopelessness and despair, 


In order to masticate the biscuits of obdurately impregnable steel; you needed to break the barriers of helpless apprehension, 


 


In order to survive holistically amidst a planet deluged with barbaric wolves; you needed to break the barriers of pretentiously ostentatious dignity, 


 


In order to breathe in an atmosphere bereft of the most inconspicuous trace of air; you needed to break the barriers of your punctured conscience, 


 


In order to live up perpetually to the occasion called beautiful life; you needed to break the barriers of vehemently thoughtless denial, 


 


And in order to love for times immemorial; immortally coalesce with the web of everlasting romance; you needed to break the barriers of the fluttering heart.



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