Ignoring the warnings – Ferris Wheel

December 14, 2018

Right now I am cursing her for that and questioning myself for the unconditional love for her.

Now a days my mind is struggling to see the blurred image of her, the real her. May be she is not the one I thought about. The innocence mask is dripping like candle wax as the time is passing and revealing a clever little girl who knows the whole ferris wheel. The fight is going even for her existence. Trust is slipping like the sand.

Was I right when I added the devil filter on her face 6 years back? It was the moment where I penned down the first poem on her “Guilty” and the ferris wheel started going up again.

Read the poem Gulity here:

Read other parts of Ferris Wheel here:

Disclaimer: This is a work of fiction. Although it’s form is that of an autobiography, it is not one. Space and time have been rearranged to suit the convenience of the story, and with the exception of public figures, any resemblance to persons living or dead is coincidental.



Abhishek Dudeja

Abhishek is the co-author of the Poetry Book "Rousing Cadence" which has been appreciated world wide. He is a graduate of engineering. He is an entrepreneur in motion. He is currently running his business venture "BIZDESIRE".

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