Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Double mind


Frustrated, agitated,
Torn inside,
To listen to the voice,
Of my conscience or pass it by.
I have learned to let it go,
For it is not my battle,
To fight.
But I couldn’t watch
Her writhe in pain,
For she didn’t deserve it all over again.

He walked away,
Nice and slow,
Strong and sturdy,
She watched him go.
From far away,
She stretched out her hand,
To reach out to him,
For one last kiss,
For one last touch of his hand.
But he had long since left
Her world, yet within,
Her, he dwelt, lived
Within her, havoc he played.
She couldn’t break free
Of his fatal clutch,
For his touch, was all that was real.
Restless nights passed,
She forced it out
Of her mind,
Till one night she woke up
Jilted and full of fright.
Was he really gone?
Was he real?
Who was he?
An illusion her mind had made... she decided.
For in reality, it was no fairy tale.
It was just a game.

16 comments:

Psych Babbler™ said...

Nice one! Very powerful and evoked several images and emotions...

KN. said...

For in reality, it was no fairy tale.
It was just a game.

Indeed such emotions are just fleeting which we sometimes mistake as love. Love is beyond just emotions, it's a space unfulfilled and which could never be filled feelings but all it needs is faith.

Chintan said...

He walked away,
Nice and slow,
Strong and sturdy,
She watched him go.

You are good with this Sri! I am glad I waited and I got this <3 Please please write more often. I long to read you....

Love
Chintan

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Life's no fairy tale, but it's not a nightmare either.
Tough times do pass, and the storm is weathered, it tempers steel and makes it soft. For good.

Nice read.


Cheers,
Blasphemous Aesthete

Red Handed said...

If only hey were as beautiful as fairytales..but then again being too perfect makes it imperfect right?

Those where some lovely lines!!

Rahul Bhatia said...

A nice composition full of intrigue..

PeeVee said...

Love is not always perfect is it. And neither does everything end well always. Wonderful poem, madame:)

Parth Jhala said...

You write just amazingly well about internal conflicts. :)

Short Poems said...

Creatively written, and brilliant imagery. Love it!

Srinidhi said...

@psych babbler: Thanks you. :) :)

@KN.: So true. Especially love, its all about faith. :) Thanks for reading.

@Chintan: Thanks babe :) Will try to update more often :)

@Blasphemous Aesthete: Ha its hanging in limbo, this life. :) Thank you :)

@Red handed: Isn't it? But at least we can not feel broken after it all. Thanks for reading :)

@Rahul Bhatia: Thank you for reading :) :)

@Peevee: So true. :) Thanks babe :)

@Parth Jhala: Thank you :) :* :*

@Short poems: Thank you so much! :) Do visit again :)

kneehara said...

fairytales are over rated anyway dude! :P " There are two tragedies in life, one is to lose your hearts desire, the other is to gain it." - George Bernard Shaw. Give me tragedy i say! :P

okay enough of this nonsense. you really know how to put words to emotions :) i love this one in particular for so many different reasons :) (all of which you are aware of :P) beautiful writing babe! :*

Oxymoron said...

totally agree with kneehara
fairytales are over rated...life is not fun without it's healthy doses of heartbreak and pain...i dont want a happy life it's the happy ending that i desire....
your writing is very good...it touched all the right chords...


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SUB said...

ouch...
with all the ebb and flow, life is still good :)
loved the way u wrote it...

great post

Cheers!
SUB

R-A-J said...

Nice.. very powerful n mysterious..

N u end it with even more intrigue...nicely written n has a heightened sense of suspense bout it :)

Gud one, Srinidhi :)

♫♪♥PhilO♥♪♫ said...

How the very same incident affects two people in such different manners!
Very well written :)
Loved it!

Srinidhi said...

@kneehara: True that :* Thanks love :* :* :* :)

@Oxymoron: You are right. :) Thank you for visiting. :)

@Sub: Ouch it is. :) thank you for reading. :)

@R-A-J: Thank you!! :D

@Philo: Isn't it like that? Its very strange. yet true. :) Thanks for reading. :)