Sunday, 26 July 2015

Dejection

Your words tore me apart
Yet I stayed – for love’s sake.

But, not anymore; after all
Loneliness is blissful – not dejection.


52 comments:

  1. Being blissful is the Second best feelings in the world. Making someone blissful and looking at their happy and shining face is the First one.

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  2. It is painful but making a stand is necessary sometimes!

    http://imagery77.blogspot.com/2015/07/the-naked-truth-is-still-not-very.html

    Hank

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  3. yeah...i agree with your final line Satya...it's the truth...

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  4. Got to take the decision to move on at some point, I suppose..however difficult!

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  5. Love is not a commodity to trade but a commitment. You wrote few words but they were so telling.

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    1. Thanks a lot:)
      Glad that you liked it :)

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  6. At some point we have to decide...it is better we decide than the opposite party. No regrets then.

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  7. end of torment - that's blissful. Lovely succinct lines

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  8. Making the decision to be alone and not dejected can be blissful...succinctly written

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  9. Well that was a surprise conclusion. Well-deserved though

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  10. Interesting to think about the relationship between loneliness and dejection, whether indeed loneliness is blissful.

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  11. Hmm. I guess the love was no longer there, so not worth staying around maybe. Well penned!

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  12. You put your finger rather precisely and tellingly too on the very yin and the yang of life here, my friend... Good to read you again...

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  13. It's so much better to be alone than in bad company. You express this perfectly in your poem!

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  14. You tell 'em Loco! at first it is kind of sad but in the end, it's not so bad. cheers to victory!

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  15. Absolutely...goodbye dejection and hello bliss!

    Donna@LivingFromHappiness

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  16. There is much to be said for the peacefulness of solitude.

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    1. Which also scares me... Is it a myth, i wonder...
      Thanks Sherry :)

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  17. Oh yes, there are FAR worse things than being alone!

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  18. Ha, ha , that, I agree . Truly indeed.

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  19. Why is it so hard to choose loneliness then? Why do we go back again and yet again, despite?

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    1. May be because man is a social animal :D
      Thanks :)

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  20. being alone is blissful than lonely i thought...

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    1. There is only a thin line separating them...
      Thanks Deeps :)

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  21. i think nothing last forever... and loneliness isn't an exception. but instead leading a trouble life, its better live quite quiet alone

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    1. If thats the only solution, then yes...
      Thanks for the perspective Jeevan :)

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  22. I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love. - Mother Teresa.

    What do you think?

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    1. Yes... I think I also agree to it...
      But, when the loved ones hurt us beyond a limit, we would be left with no option but to move away... More so because we dont want to see them hurt!

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  23. A better place to be is alone than harmed. Great write.

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  24. Finding a contentment in gloom.Nice.

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