Wednesday, 17 July 2013

Intoxicated Pessimism...


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Pessimism, Most Deadly Venom
Intoxicated Those Impure Veins
Plonking Presumptions In Hearts.
Attempts Piled Up At The Bottom
All Of Which Were Intensely Futile
When Thy Ego Garnished The Mind
A Thorough Way To Self Destruction
Formed By Overwhelmed Conscience
Brain Death, The Only Question Then


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34 comments :

  1. I wasn't sure what this was, and then I realized you wrote a fantastic poem! I agree that pessimism is something that actually kill everything wonderful! Commenting from the UBC.
    http://mydevotionalthoughts.net

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  2. This is very powerful and struck a chord with me. I try very hard not to be pessimistic and used to be really bad when I was younger. Now I just take each day as it comes.

    Kathy
    http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

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  3. Great Lines on ill effects of Pessimism..Loved it

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  4. I like your stories but I always prefer your poems somehow :)

    Richa

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    1. Haha...Thank you Richa...I am comfortable with poetry, yet on an odyssey, trying every available and possible genre...

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  5. well said soman-pessimism kills initiative and the zest to live.

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    1. You are absolutely right Indu...Thank you.

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  6. Great lines.. as the Pessimist always views the world as bad,

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  7. deeply thought and well written......

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  8. Such power in your words. Really liked this poem!!

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  9. The sceptic tank is half full.
    Optimist or Pessimist?

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  10. Simple lines , power packed message . GR8 write up

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  11. Reality served using beatiful lines... I think that these lines might have been the story of everyone of us once in life. It was very impressive. :)

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  12. I know bloggers who stopped posting because of this reason... Good work

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  13. Brilliant poetry...liked the verse where ego garnishes the mind! Lovely

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