noctiluca scintillans


A Grab for Lifetime


in the huge vast world
of humans
of norms
we create a troop of closed ones ourselves
some inborn
some acquired
in this world
everyone's good at heart
people only misunderstand each other
meanwhile be in hurry
to tag others as mean, selfish, irresponsible
same process goes for them who tag others that way
a convection of revenge, insult, inflated praises, is regulated
& acts as epicenter for the chaos
noisy ear though alone we are in a silent plateau

amidst all
in some point in our life
are hinted to make someone
among everyone
stay
able to perceive it?
then there we are
in the world far better than lonely
see through the disorderliness to reach
to live
a life, experiencing humanity, love, trust, understanding
&
feeling that life is worth
of living being lively
thereafter what we need?
other than knowing & doing what to do with our life
never alone
no matter how deep& long
the sea we have to swim across is

Submitted: Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Edited: Thursday, August 15, 2013

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