Let go


The drudgeries of life
Is making us dull
And to it’s high demand
We often buckle

Stress, strain and tension
Are on their peak
And surely not in mechanical terms
These words I speak

Undue pressure and duress
One often goes through
And in this situation
Discontentment often brew

Possessed we get and
Attached too much we are
And with societal rules
We want to be at par

And in due process
Somewhere is lost
our own individual self
Though we may miss it not

This and that we become
With profession our identity
And it sticks to us
Which seems like perpetuity

So we get sorted
On a board of chess
Either in black or white
On qualities, we seem to possess

And our role is written
With indelible ink
And to go against it
Is rebellious to think

We are labelled and tagged
And become an image of ourselves
Though only a static one
As elsewhere our soul delves

Let go and break free
The shackles of monotony
Realign your soul and life
Get then in sync and harmony

Dwell not in future castles
And slay the ghost of past
Make every moment count
Enjoy life and have a blast.

When you are too much stuck with life and all the mess that surrounds it..It’s best to let go.

Yes all these happen..The way you describe is exact and painful..ww become image of ourself and elsewhere our soul dwells.

And the last para is best one..where you insist the depressed to return to present moment.

Past is gone,future is yet to come..And we often waste present in thinking this too. 

A great read for starting today.

Keep scribbling Prankies

Yours loving warrior

Naina

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10 thoughts on “Let go

  1. This and that stanza…
    Role is written
    Labeled is tagged…

    Exactly describes the harsh realities… I really liked this points… The way you matched them is just awesome…!!!👍👍👍👌👌👌👌👌😊👏👏👏

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  2. This is really an encouraging poem…

    For this I can say…

    The life you are living now is dream of many… So accept what you have and enjoy

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