Untitled

I need a title for this poem
It must be unique, Simple and catchy
I want a stand-out name for this poem
Something like Samsung or Hitachi

🙂

Sometimes I see bloggers write beautiful poems but for some reason can’t give it a nice title. So they call it ‘untitled’. That in itself is catchy title. So, I decided to title one of my poems ‘untitled’.

Virus

It could be here, it could be there
It could be everywhere your eyes can see
Where do you run? Why do you fear?
You won’t find a place which death can’t see

Nevertheless, it’s good to stay safe. You know the drill. Prevention is better than cure.

Frantic

Let it go off your chest
Talk it out. But whom did I talk to?
Friend or a Foe? ..or was it a spy at his best?
What did I get into?

Sleep it off. Let it go
When you wake up you’ll feel better.
Gosh! Where did I sleep? Was it my bed?
I could’ve woke up dead!

Piece by piece, I am drifting apart
Empty skies, tears shed.
Should I find someone with a golden heart
Or find myself instead?

Gibberish

The dead are buried, sorrows forgotten
Flowers withered. Lost and gone
Trees chopped down, cities built
Life goes on; no remorse, no guilt

Emptiness sweeps, silence creaks
Once green forest now a barren land
Cries aren’t heard, smiles aren’t seen
Nobody’s worried, the world’s mean

Memories fade, visions blur
Flash back holds no meaning anymore
Paradise seen, walked through hell.
Actors in place, curtains unfold
Words withheld, Stories untold

Arms were strong, respect was earned
Wingless bird travelled all around
Friends were made, laughter shared
Welcomed, fed, loved and cared

Another day, another place
Another story’s taking shape
Bridges crossed, trains missed
Forehead kissed, laid to rest.

Possessiveness in a relationship

When we talk about relationships the word possessiveness often brings a chill down our spinal cord. It’s not a nice word to use especially when it comes to a turbulent relationship. It says a lot.

But, is getting possessive a recipe for disaster?

I don’t know about the experts but I would say getting possessive to a certain degree is indispensable. It is an indication of much you care for each other. It shows your spouse that there’s someone they could to count on, someone that’s there for them, someone that cares for them. It’s a factor that makes the bond stronger.

You can’t take a happy-go-lucky approach in a long term relationship. If you love freedom then you better be alone. Relationship is for serious people.

Let’s say, in a metre of 100 I would go for 40. Remaining 60 is for ‘trust’. What’s your take on this? Do let me know.

That said, it is equally important to provide for a breathing space to your partner. Try to read your partner’s body language to avoid petty arguments.

Sticking on to my metre, if you go beyond 40 you might feel the boat shaky. It gets much worse afterwards as your possessive nature turns into you being suspicious of every little thing you see or hear. Connecting dots of your choice wouldn’t be much of a trouble. When that happens then you must understand that you have reached a point of no return.

Over Possessiveness leads to suspicion coupled with jealousy and that leads to crime.

Destiny – Life lessons

With age comes experience, with experience we get more practical and by being practical we realise the reality of life.

Whatever you experience in life is not by sheer chance. I strongly believe that you are destined to take the path you are taking, meet the people you are meeting, help the people you are helping. It is not a coincidence.

Everybody has a different approach to life. Perhaps some of you might disagree with the way I look at it.

If you are destined to reach the other side of the tunnel, you will reach there anyhow: the easy way or the hard way. If you get some cuts and bruises along the way – sorry to say, that was meant for you and if you get a free ride across it isn’t because you are lucky.

It doesn’t matter how many doors you knock. The door that opens for you is the door that you were destined to get in!