Shreej k.c

Cheers To The Medley! - Poem by Shreej k.c

It's hilarious how these days we spend
our rare girls' night out and blend
maudlin tears, smiles and laughters
unalloyed empathy, sisterly snuggles
failing relationships, budding romances
heedless guffaws and endless advices!

Out bursts a remorse,
Never expect validation from a narcissist
Never share till the point of fatigue
Never care till the point of collapse
In hindsight you will only see them growing
while you stunted, wasting toing and froing

Then sings the hopeless romantic,
there is pleasure in the guilt
content in oblation, waiting like silt
burning like a candle when
their path to you gets lit.

Out blurts the obsession,
I just love him, nothing else matters
not even him, his answers or indifference.
Never seek it, never search any foyer
loveless never loves, I swear
loving finds love everywhere.

Hmmm my inborn uncanny threshold
that holds me from blending their mode
a boon or a curse
I get to heed them converse
composed yet a guilty counterpart!

I see through their effervescent emotion
that will volatilize out of vein till morn
the fine line between seemingly opposites
between love and hate, loss and gain
between selfish and self-love
selfless and self lovelessness
between sanity and insanity.
When optimist, pessimist and realist
clash and play fixture
I see immense beauty in the mixture.

I announce,
Well girls, challenge seems to be in
catching hold of the fine line
and the key! -to remain in balance.
Now let's open another champagne and
Cheers to the medley! [Wink]

Topic(s) of this poem: cheer

Comments about Cheers To The Medley! by Shreej k.c

  • Shakil Ahmed (12/4/2015 9:26:00 AM)

    -to remain in balance.
    Now let's open another champagne and
    Cheers to the medley! [Wink]

    beautiful lines written by a great poet
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    (12/16/2015 10:41:00 PM)

    Thank you very much for your generous comment: -)

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Poem Submitted: Friday, December 4, 2015

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2016

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