Syed AunirbaanEdit

To pluck a flower dainty

Sometimes even,

The Darkest Lord,

Must bend at knee!

Hades did - to take Persephone!

But awaits backlash from afar

Much akin - the rage of Demeter!

Plucking the flower – a shame,

An act - so very mundane

For the Dark Lord’s pride insane,

It indeed acts as a bane!

Alas, oh poor entity

Sacrificing thy very nature –

For something so petty,

A folly, oh so bizarre –

Day and night the servants toil,

Lest their Master’s act may foil!

But in the end, it’s all futile;

The Dark Lord thus, takes another exile!