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Two Minutes of Relevance
by Gautam Kaushal

Monday, June 18, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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 Two Minutes of Relevance

 

All dull and bloated

 

Jagged and sharp

His fears go on and on 

like a piece of torn paper

He lies in a state of constant exclusion.

With no memories to share

with no strength to stand up on

All crumpled up

Insignificant as a dust particle

One of the million that dance 

Over the ambassadors of the morning

That come flying in through his windows.


He looks through his window day and night

and all he can see is a threatening dark horizon

Deep red and eclipsed by the crumbling blue sky.

"Who am I ?" he asks

"What is my purpose here?"

"Why am i still here" he thinks

What is this lives worth."


Reminded him of a line he'd read as a child

In William Wordsworth's Daffodils.

"I wandered lonely as a cloud

High over hills and dales"

Emptiness is a not a phase

And in these hollow plains, i still graze.

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Reviewed by Linda Hill 7/2/2012
Gautam,
Thought provoking write, Gautam. Nicely writtien.

Blessings,
+Linda
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/19/2012
This could be a good description of depression. On the other hand, it could be The Last Man Standing, the short story I'm writing that is becoming very long.

Ron
Reviewed by Asa Seeley 6/18/2012
realizing our state of mind is a beginning...we all have to 'start'...somewhere. thanks

asa



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