The head, getting full, ached as it compromised the vacancy in the heart bearing the latter’s burden in spite of constantly fearing if it was developing claustrophobia within, as the doors of escape from agitated thoughts were always locked.
As each day ends, I wish I could dive into my chaos energetically rather than drowning pathetically and then watch the movement of water that overpowers me transferring a portion of its energy as our sweet little deal followed by taking a stand against the welcoming winds under the bed of stars preferably boarding over a gently swaying boat that sails over an ambient oceanscape as a lonesome point that is lost in this vast universe born only to find all beauty in the vanishing ripples that reflect the milky white planetoid pumpkin which has mood swings that do not match with mine and afterwards slowly slip into the arms of sleep right in the shimmering open arbour that remains unbarred while listening to the magical stories of umpteen galaxies that hang over and the mellifluous voice of surrounding waves that kiss me good night one by one until that philander with bright dancing rays barges in on my pleasant utopian or sometimes wild dreams forcing me to open my eyes after bulldozing all fantasies written and directed by Nox.
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The writing above is an example of the usage of the literary device ‘Polysyndeton’. Nox is the Roman goddess of the night.
Disclaimer: The post is lengthy, around 2000 words, and is not a substitute for any kind of professional medical advice.
For those who’ve made guesses on the title, the invisible enemy is depression and not COVID. The pandemic may end sooner or later but the air of despondency never seems to leave.
I’m deeply affected by the news of Mr. Sushant Singh Rajput’s sudden demise. I’ve adored his movies as well the heights he has reached, and this was out of nowhere. I also got to read his interest in astrophysics, appeal towards tennis, his astonishing bucket list, and talks on his constant learning behaviour. In short, these indicate that he was someone who could pull off many things together and was such an ambitious soul.
“Nobody is actually dead until the ripples they cause in the world die away.“ – Terry Pratchett
Just like how this tragedy popped up discussions on mental health all over the internet, it also triggered me to write this post. However, I don’t want my words to sound like sympathetic music. Continue reading →
This is in response to ‘The Saturday Six Word Story Prompt’ by Shweta of ‘My Random Ramblings’.
The prompt for this week is ‘Loneliness’, and here is my take on it. When life hits you hard to the rock bottom, it is the loneliness that sanctions room for contemplation and lets you break out of all the fetters that held your psyche away from progress.
A day off my college.. Turning the pages of my diary, I just found this worthy enough to share with people who need to stand up in life, though I couldn’t exactly remember the source of this note or why I just noted this down.
Expand Your Circles.. OVERCOME loneliness
The time you feel lonely is the time you most need to be by yourself – Life’s cruelest irony!
All great and precious things are lonely.
Loneliness is about the scariest thing out there —Joss Whedon.
Keep in mind that to avoid loneliness, many people need both a social circle and an intimate attachment. Having just one of the two Continue reading →