Monday, October 6, 2014

Out Of Denial


Flying blind in the realms of darkness
Is a soul so torn, lost in madness;
But denial is the citadel she has built for herself
Refusing to let go of her decimated self.

Rendition of life, ripples of past
All have some dark spell cast;
Luring her to a sparkling Mangata,
Feeding on her grieving platter.

But torn she is, not defeated yet
Unknown to all, she has now put a self-bet.
Breaking the walls of denial with a sneer
She now wanders to find acceptance’s lair.

Hath no power like a scorned woman

How dark would she be, once out of the gloomy den?

-Vaisakhi Mishra

8 comments:

  1. Strong and powerful ... anger can often lead to deep resolve.

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    1. Anger is a key to a lot of things at times :)

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  2. Dark and lost but not sinister. Depression and loneliness at it's best.

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  3. that was deep and dark! loved it
    :)

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  4. Depression can feel that way, for sure. Maybe out of the den, she'll find the light and not the darkness again.

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    1. Maybe she will, but sure she wont fall into the abyss of despair again.

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