Let me climb that wall! The wall thou had created to escape; From the sickness of mortals, To find a shadowed den from sparkling light, Which has cloaked thy eyes and charming look, With the iced canvass of indifference, Let me get rid of all , let me wash it all Let me climb that wall; Thou drowned in the sea of ego, Or call it a scare of time that can’t forgo, Why don’t you leave a window or a gate? Someday might come a knocking mate, Let me climb the wall. Let me make you free, Of the shackles being worshiped since birth, Let me do the cure, Like a soothing voice of dove, With care, eagerness and love Let me climb that wall, Exhausted with your journey of year and year, Now there is nothing for you to bear Now I want you to rest, And let me do the rest; For I am nothing but love, For I want to climb that wall And exposing you to the light of love, That your “sacred heart” longs Like an aching tooth to clove! The writer is a student of humanities and occasionally confides in writing. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org Published in Daily Times, July 31st 2018.