The first day is the worst

Image by Aaron Burden

It was a long day, today! And finally its nighttime, 11:23pm to be precise, 37 minutes before it’s officially over.

And the first day is the worst, right?

I have all the reason to believe that tomorrow will be a better day?

Am I living a deja vu? Are my years on a loop? Last year this time I had lost. It took me a year to gather my bits that are now floating in a vacuum. Oh I see them.

No matter what happens, I’ll never hate you Autumn. So what if you split things, you didn’t choose the Nature, you already carry too much pain. I forgive you. Until again, I’ll start collecting my bits all over again.

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Annihilation 

All the seas have dried up

And the land has shrivelled, 

Like a burnt page

That lost its bet to the engulfing flames.

The air smells of ash and smoke.

Don’t walk upto me with your tears 

I carry a fire. I annihilate.

Alleys

Image by Candice Seplow

We’re all a lil crazy. 

Wanting things we know we can’t have. Once in a while sneaking into dark alleys of our mind we know we should keep at bay, holding our breath, quietly, casually, pretending to not care but in reality looking direly to find a workable way out. Even though we’ve been there a hundred times, even though we know its a solid concrete. Maybe we can sing a lil something that pleases God and a stone falls out and we see that beloved, piercing streak of light. Oh the light that is worth years of blindness. 
Or maybe another day.

Sanity is overrated. We’re all known by our degree of eccentricity. 

Word prompt: Degree

Faint

Image by Natasha Vasiljeva

The real strength lies in the faintest of moments.

I like the moments I’m reminded of my helplessness; they bring me closer to the concept of a Divine one. They take a load off my shoulders where I stop being a control freak and for once be receptive towards life.

Life, is not the real enemy. It’s your stubbornness. 

Silence is the loudest reply. Forgiveness is the best revenge. Acceptance defeats change.

Word prompt: Faint