The child sitting in the corner
Watched her mother
Laughed at her
Till she was decayed down to bones
The mother thought she could escape
The burden of her life
But the laughter of her child
Never let the soul go away
The laughing echoes held her tight
As they say world is so small
There was a man witnessing all this
From the key hole
Whispering the words to reach the ears
Of the child.
" Laugh my child, laugh to the sorrow
That has stamped on you , laugh a bit more"
Out of the uncertainty
The child whispered back after a while
"Why do you peek through the hole
Where i can see you from behind"
Laughed into the man's ears
Consuming his soul
Whispering some more
"Laugh is what i exist for, laugh is what i am for"