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Conversations in my head


Author: D-Ink
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Did this in the middle of the night after some sessions of unmet passes, frustations and a need to escape it all; hence this poem. Happy reading!


Conversations in my head



The voices in my head,
they said that
I won't be able to make it.

The other day at work,
I printed the wrong pages
and deleted an important file.

Eyes stared, mouths whispered,
Fingers pointed, voices shrill
Tears fall.

Don't ever think about that,
Stand up tall, even after your fall
My heart consoled.

Stop everything, I shouted,
The colours are too bright,
The voices are too loud,
The pain in my head,
Doesn't seem to stop.
I seem to be facing a lot of roadblocks.

Shh, calm down,
Take a breather, close your eyes,
Surrender to the One,
Says my heart.

Every day, the voices in my head,
fought, battled and dueled
Who survives?
I ask with uncertainty.

Well my dear,
It differs from day to day.
Can't promise you
a perfect life,
but let me tell you this,
A secret, so great, so pure.
Just pause and think,
You should know what you're fighting for.
Live your life like how it should be,
Some days are good, some days are not.
But don't despair, never give up hope,
Don't think you're alone,
For this life is just a passing,
What lies ahead,
is much more greater
and needs more of your attention.
So, darling love,
Calm down and don't be sad.
This is not the moment to despair.

Rejoice, and have faith
For life is a journey,
Each soul has to take.
Pray for peace,
For your heart and soul
and everyone else's.
Cause everyone I know,
is fighting a battle.
Both young and old.




Submitted on 2014-12-12 08:24:49     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  Fried and Freudian frauds who are you talking to, the wall?
| Posted on 2014-12-18 00:00:00 | by poetotoe | [ Reply to This ]
  I agree, one must know what we are fighting for, but for me it's not an afterlife conclusion I seek though the possibilities are intriguing. One can define their own futurity fatidic and therein lies the real secret to life.
| Posted on 2014-12-12 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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