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Some people I see these days are like
broken paragraphs of my poetry
with a missing meter and inconsistent gravity
Detonation of disgust pits and addition of volatile
vodka stammers my insipid vision.
Half moon, half-blood, half mouth covered,
like a decomposition of the great Odyssey.
Some people these days are like
Vintage tributes( but unfamiliar, surreptitious).
With a bumblebee of summery sky,
they bite your pure coltish recently built home
Some people these days exists like this
till they tangle your knots into miseries.


-My valiant soul

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71 Comments

  1. Yeah..it’s soo true.People are like these days.They just want to pull everyone into the sadness.And irony is that they enjoy when someone is crying.Soo beautiful poem.especially last line about ” knot into misery

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  2. It’s true , my friend, that the world has negativity and misery dissolved;
    Some well-off people bring an air of misery with them while even people in hard times wear a sweet smile by default;
    We are all surrounded by this sea of life but what to take from it depends on us;
    So, be a mind that bubbles in positivity, coz then instead of letting others entangle you to misery, you inspire them and emerge victorious. ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  3. It looks like most people lost the barometer of values… with no balance we oscillate and end up loosing ourselves… in between, two options: we annoy others/we keep us far from the crowd…

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