Monday, August 11, 2014

Never enough

He wanders, getting lost
Knowingly, into the Unknown

He jumps, and falls
Fearlessly, into his greatest fears

His nemesis is time, there's never enough
Always on the run, he'll never be done

His comfort is in the unfamiliar
His friends among strangers

Everyone knows him
Yet no one does truly

He dances with Death
And that's when he feels most alive

He finds victory in surrender
And joy in being dissatisfied

2 comments:

  1. Thatz a really cool poem. Pretty pretty and intelligent and mysterious and precise and to the point.

    I began Wondering who you were talking about?But soon realized that you are not talking about a person.The "HE" in the poem broadly refers to your HEART.Thats what I think.Idk if I am right.It makes more sense that way.Its kinda your story, what you fell on the inside, what defines you and how your emotions acts and reacts.


    Every couplet is more refined version of the coarse definition of heart.Each couplet defines and express different emotions.Personifying every emotion making it real and bringing it into the physical plain, rather than just some unseen
    feeling.Personification used, is probably the best element, bringing charisma and mystery along.


    ### In next two lines,I think you are talking about your #mind #thoughts # imagination >>
    He wanders, getting lost
    Knowingly, into the Unknown

    ### here its, #courage ,#confidence >>
    He jumps, and falls
    Fearlessly, into his greatest fears

    ### dreams, #aspirations , #epitome >>
    His nemesis is time, there's never enough
    Always on the run, he'll never be done

    ### Solitude, happiness, sanity >>
    His comfort is in the unfamiliar
    His friends among strangers

    ### Love
    Everyone knows him
    Yet no one does truly

    ### life, being,conscience, soul >>
    He dances with Death
    And that's when he feels most alive

    ### Heart, desire >>
    He finds victory in surrender
    And joy in being dissatisfied


    I dont know, I may be completely wrong, but thats how I interpret it.
    Am I right?

    Cheerz!
    ~007

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    1. There is no right answer of course. But that was certainly an interesting interpretation.

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