Self Sonnet Poem by emebet mesfin

Self Sonnet

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'I never hug him but, ' accusatory tone, equivalent of 'love to hold baby brother', nephew dear developed such concern, in being part of nursing next to mother, 'you need to be guided to do that, watch how raising child is conducted, we're good now for we practiced a lot', I should apply to myself this very method, becoming hard to kiss and hug people, averting skin contact of any form, natural connection turned abnormal, taking extra care in order not to conform, why does mingling bother me so? fast changing world doesn't ring true?

Tuesday, July 31, 2018
Topic(s) of this poem: human condition
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
Social interaction feels so unreal to me by the day. Do I need to go on pretending?I wonder.
COMMENTS OF THE POEM

Beautifully penned. Loved it, emebet

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Dr Antony Theodore 20 September 2018

I should apply to myself this very method, becoming hard to kiss and hug people, averting skin contact of any form, ..psychological problems that keep us away from coming into contact with others. .. well portrayed..... coming out of oneself showing respect, intimacy and love is a great ability.. tony

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Bernard F. Asuncion 31 July 2018

Such a well penned poem, Emebet??????

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Dr Antony Theodore 31 July 2018

I should apply to myself this very method, becoming hard to kiss and hug people, averting skin contact of any form.......pretension does not lead to happiness............human condition and the aversion of the other, skin contact....... the modern generation has its flaws where in the older generation loved in their own normal way without pretending......... thank u dear poet. tony

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