Child in Us

Child in us,

We ignore;

While taking us,

On way being mature.

 

Maturity is cliché,

A doom city;

Where we lose our psyche,

Where we lose our curiosity.

 

Its child in us,

Who tells us to move on;

When failures bend us,

Yet force us to try on.

 

World is in ruts,

Dull and cold;

It takes a bit of guts,

To fight the odd.

 

Listen to inner child’s talk,

Through mistakes we master;

Like we learnt to walk,

By falling and falling over.

 

Life is not worth living,

Without being childlike;

How to hear heart’s calling,

Without little madness inside?

 

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