Drug

Sadness
is like a drug.

It takes you
away
from reality.

And makes you see it
in a whole new way.

67 thoughts on “Drug

  1. I don’t know you very well, and I won’t claim to know you well. But, your poems are all very sad.

    I hope that this email finds you well, and in good spirits.

    Sincerely

    ~Alexandra Mullen Bloomsburg University

    *be wise and conserve by not printing this message*

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    1. I think temporarily, it’s fine to be sad! But when you stay their for so long then it’s like a hellfire.
      Thanks for reading, Elena! 🙂

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      1. Resist, It a feeling of running away.. but after few moments what you realize is that you haven’t moved an atom away.

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      2. Right. So you stay with it and experience it fully, as much as you can. You give yourself time for grieving and for processing. Then you make a choice what to think about it, you choose your perception. Do you realize it or not, you do it any way. Then you make a choice what do you want to focus on/ think about now/ your new values. That’s moving on. That’s in the nut shell.

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      3. Don’t you think sometimes you are going with the flow and at a certain period of time you realize that you have become hollow from inside! You never planned or choose to be driving on that lane. It just happened & you realized it when it was too late.
        It’s in general. I am all okay 😉

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    1. Hey A,

      I’ve not written that poem, it’s a title song of a serial “Phir Subah Hogi” which I like. I agree about what you said about piya ji. If you can come up with a literate translation. That would be great 🙂

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      1. Hey,
        Ah.. ok! Unaware of the sitcom.
        Yea, I will definitely try getting the right words for the translation. 🙂
        Will be looking forward to more form you!

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  2. Namaste A,

    You should definitely try watching the sitcom. It’s highly recommended and is a very realistic sitcom which promotes and makes the audience aware of real life issues. Also, I hope to hear more from you as well.

    🙂

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    1. Thank you, Jennifer. 🙂
      Yea, totally agree with you. But when it stays for long, it starts to hurt badly and then the last glimpse of hope diminishes!

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