It is not always about when you lose something. It’s about when you realize you’ve lost it. And are never going to get it back. It’s hard to tell whether each loss adds a burden to your existence or creates a void within you. May be, both. Who would have thought that voids could make you feel heavy? Ironical.
I like when I make myself.
But I don’t like when other people make me.
Because, sooner or later they all leave.
All of them.
And I am stuck with myself.
I become the constant reminder of people who could have stayed but chose to leave instead. People I became vulnerable for. People I let myself change for. People I had gotten used to. People that never got used to me though.
And so, when they made me, they made sure that living with myself, after they leave, becomes unmanageable for me. To the point that if I am strong enough, I make myself again. And if I am not, which is usually the case, I allow myself to be made again.
Until one day, I leave myself, and no one has to make me again.
Two broken chairs
And one peg leg.
If one stands erect,
the other tips.
But if flock & bear,
One moment, I look ahead
A million stories run behind me
And a thousand others beside me.
I turn, but nothing changes.
Nothing but the direction,
Where I now gaze.
Some explicit tales,
Plethora of tacit ones –
So why should I?
Care to turn back
Care to confront
In a world where,
Assumptions guide notions
And story breeds stories.
There are two ways to earn fame:
- Swim in the direction of tide.
- Swim against the direction of tide.
If you choose the first one, you gotta swim the fastest.
If you choose the second, you’re famous already! 🙂