Chaotic Opportunities

Aren’t confusions chaotic opportunities that help in ending up with the right choice? Here’s a free verse on the same, with a six-word story at the end.

Under a net of confusions
disguised as vermilion veils,
are complex clutters.

Beyond the blindspot
was a discovery in the dark,
the beauty in balance.

Compromise or Adjustments?
No more confusions!

Poem Description (Click to Expand)

This poem is written with metaphors. In the first perception, the net of confusions corresponds to the scattered clouds; vermilion veils indicate the blood-red colored cover on the sky, and complex clutters denote the cloud movement.

Blindspot corresponds to the horizon beyond which nothing can be seen, and then when it’s dark, there’s a discovery in the moon’s visible or invisible presence which delicately delivers the balance in day and night.

In the second perception, the net of confusions correspond to the perplexed human brain; vermilion is the colour of blood and so, denotes the color of life; veils and complex clutters denote the thought traps in human life.

When a person reaches their blindspot beyond which the gates of thinking close due to the drained mind, in that silent/dark space, peace creeps in with a solution/discovery. That’s the point where one gets clear about the delicate beauty in balancing life with trouble, maybe work-life balance, a rational decision-making or anything else.

Along these lines, the six-word story is about getting the confusions cleared, striking a balance, and choosing the path that suits one better between compromises and adjustments.

Credits & Footnote

Inspired by Shweta’s ‘6WSP #100’ – ‘Confusion’.

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6 Comments Add yours

    1. Anisha says:

      Thank you, Nawazish! (:

      Liked by 1 person

  1. Excellent Anisha! The two perceptions you talk about are wonderful 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Anisha says:

      Thanks a lot, Vignesh. I’m glad you liked my perceptions. (:

      Liked by 1 person

  2. judeitakali says:

    Sometimes I’d rather avoid the confusions, at others, I need them.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Anisha says:

      I do agree, Jude. That depends greatly on the situation.


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