Rants are part of life. There’s nothing you can do about it. There’s actually something extremely intriguing about it. It’s how you do it that matters. Not why you’re doing it. Or even if there are opinions that conflict these.
So I found ways to doing this. And one way that really relieved me is either making poetry or reading. You can also find this on my Instagram.https://www.instagram.com/p/BXz7iuAFf69/
“Broken”- We’re all a little broken,
Broken in our own way,
But the last time I checked,
Broken crayons still color.
We’re all a little alone,
Aloned by people,
But you still have yourself,
To bring some cheer into your way.
We’re all a little hated,
Hated for our real,
But the last person I spoke to,
Told me I am loved.
We’re all a little jealous,
Jealous cause why not me?
But your time will come when you take chances.
We’re all a little joyful,
Joyful cause it’s life,
Live it and experience every emotion.
-Shashvathi S Hariharan
And then, she gave in;
Gave in her strength and stopped holding herself back.
She let those tears roll down her cheeks, those cheeks that had never been wet by tears.
As the water hit her face, she moaned. They collided and hit the floor
Invaluable and precious tears that could’ve shed for something better,
rather than this. – Shashvathi S Hariharan
Her soul was a strange one.
A mixture of the strangest, yet beautiful things.
Strange? What is strange? Strange is falling in love with the unique things. Unique things that people don’t notice, notice the beauty in them.
She loved the gloom of the rain.
She loved the aftermath of rain- everything about it..
She loved books, the smell, the feel, the way she could escape reality.
She loved the eyes of people, the way each one could convey what it’s been through.
She was special, unique and strange yet beautiful.
She knew that beauty wasn’t on the outside,
It was on the inside, and the inside is what matters.
She was strange, yet beautiful on the inside.- Shashvathi S Hariharan
She just cared so much.
So much, for everything.
It was just part of her,
And that was why she got hurt.
People knew she cared, and they took her for granted.
She would bend down to give a hand and people would tread on her hand.
She knew she’d have to change, but it’s easier said than done.
And then the day dawned, she’d had enough.
Sh told herself “Enough”.-Shashvathi S Hariharan
Our life is a surge of colors.
We are in ourself, a beautiful rainbow.
Have you seen a rainbow?
It’s beautiful! And, it’s made of a lot of colors.
Colors that depict beauhy of itself.
Sometimes, you’re a bright yellow, to light up someone’s day.
And then, sometimes you’re a pretty pink, just too beautiful to handle.
I’ma red too, too spicy and rude to be human.
But then there’s blue when you feel deep in the dumps.
And the worst feared- black.
I feel black, dark and lonely.
I feel alone.-Shashvathi S Hariharan
“Extremes” and another one I didn’t name. Meh.
Have you ever noticed, sometimes in life you’re either gasping for breath either because you’re laughing way too hard or you’re crying way too hard. The extremes always leave you breathless.
Sometimes I wished life was a lot simpler,
But I have come to understand that,
If life decided to collapse, it would collapse gracefully,
And rebuild itself with utmost strength.
Strength, that will uphold it next time. -Shashvathi S Hariharan
Sometimes life has come to a point, where crying, talking or poetry don’t mean anything more.
She took a deep breath.
It would be the last adventure of her life.
She let her feet slip,
And she soared.
She felt pumped once and for last.- Shashvathi S Hariharan. (venting out suicidal thoughts.)
And then silence prevailed.
They got closer and closer. And almost everything had come to order.
She felt complete.-Shashvathi S Hariharan
That’s not all. I’ve written lots of other which I’ve misplaced and will take 84 years to find. So the next blog I’d probably get more.