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Axis-Free Earth

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With his steely eyes, colder than the winter night

He left the room, absorbed in his laptop

Without any promises to be back

Before the sun

 

She, lying on the creasy bed

Tucked in her fur blanket

Opened and closed her eyes

 Attentive to the clock

 

“Hi” a familiar sound wave at the main gate

Struck her ears, quivering

Postponing her reply, she rushed to the car

“Hurry up kids, you are getting late from school.”

 

“Honey, Let’s talk at tea in the evening”

He left for his full-time home, Office.

15 minutes at tea time or it was wind?

Bills, home repairs, and kids

 

Glad to mother little monsters,

Who every other day,

Ecstatic over their school grades,

Returned home crowned with trophies

 

They grew taller than she was

“Can I go back to school?

Or, look for a job? ” She thought aloud

“It’s up to you, baby”, smiled the partner

 

“What a perfect life!

Everything is up to me…

Days and Nights dance on my fingers

Over the axis-free earth.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Kausar Bilal

I am a Trainer for Professional Writing. I conduct Writing workshops for Business Executives, Young Professionals, Academic Writers, College/University Students, Journalists, Advertisers, Corporate Content Writers and Nonfiction Writing Lovers. As a Corporate Writer and Social Change Agent, you may find my voice in diverse areas on this site. Your feedback and comments are most welcomed.

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