Sunday, August 21, 2011

Lights don't beam like they should.



I wouldn't mind letting go of things.
How and why materialism is always given a lot of importance, I understand, but for me, personally, the world would have been a lot better, if I didn't care.
I'm slowly changing into the woman I want to be. I'm gaining a lot more closure, and my priorities are changing for the better. 
I think it was a mistake not to drink today.
Because the world needs to be seen with a more careless light.
I wish attainment was as easy as it seems to the idle mind. 
When the dreamy eyes, are slowly loosing consciousness, happiness seems closer than it actually is. But then of course, morning comes with its share of harsh realities. But when you're just about to go to sleep, there is this awkward moment, when happiness seems close enough for you to hug it.
Similar patterns happens when you cry yourself to sleep. Your insides hurt so much, that grief seems to be sleeping next to you. 
I want genuine happiness, the kind that makes your eyes smile.
I just want to pour my heart out. 

12 comments:

Ajay Kontham™ said...

Liked it very much.
Hope you find the Happiness in Life, you seek.

Take Care. :)

Majid Ali said...

Please for Christ sake help this poor boy from Haiti

Maryam A. said...

Nicely written!
I love the new template. :)

Priyanka said...

The picture is just wow.

'The world needs to be seen with a careless light'
So true..

Happiness, make it happen.

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Perhaps, not drinking was the best think you did tonight (Even though you might not be drinking on other nights too), outpourings in a sober state induce a good night sleep, and a less harsher morning (Or maybe, a lovely morning afterall).

Beautiful post :)

Cheers,
Blasphemous Aesthete

Meghana said...

:)

Nikita said...

Wishing you loads of happines...so much that your bed becomes smaller for it to sleep...

hugsssss

The Many Colours of Happiness said...

Your writing just keeps getting better and better :) Wishing you all the happiness in the world, xoxo

Kunnu said...

Genuine Happiness does not come from materialistic things. May be watching a beautiful sunrise over mountains would help :)

Good Luck..

Kunal

Sushmit said...

Genuine happiness comes from reading a good book while eating a jam sandwich. Or swatting a mosquito without even looking at it, you feel like God then. Don't ask me why, try it. It works :) Well written, I follow thee :)

Tanvi said...

Beautifully written!

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aakash said...

We all seek for that tacit feeling of satisfaction, of reason through the voids of life. It's abstract, something which can be felt but not achieved.

aJ