It’s not the endings which will haunt you..

It’s not the endings which will haunt you,

But the path where it will lead.

Things will simply be faded and muddy,

But the pain is in expecting for a final goodbye.

It’s not the certainty that will haunt you,

But your own hoard of questions,

With half wicked answers,

Which your mind will attempt to fix it,

But their crooked shaped won’t be able to fit in.

It’s not the fight that will haunt you,

But the silence of unspoken words,

Which will sit inside your mind, screaming,

Fostering the confusion and confounding.

It’s not your darkness that will haunt you,

But the people who don’t understand,

Who claims you being insignificant.

Can you recollect all of your iron will,

Can you upsurge the power of your magic spill,

To release your fear, 

To make yourself clear,

From all the haunting juncture,

From all the wicked answers.

Can you make yourself as water,

Forceful enough to drown your fear,

Yet pure enough to cleanse your tear.


Via daily prompt: release

My vivid Darkness

When the darkness turn up,

My distractions were gone.

Giving space to my confidence,

Ceded the strength for my runs undone.

Heap of thoughts swirled in a circle,

Trying to uncover the unseen oracle.

My darkest moments

Focused on my shadow of thoughts,

Questioning itself while asking it to stop.

“If there is no light,

How can you see your shadow so bright?”

Then my shadow of thoughts,

Played twisted game with my conscience,

Then immersed in my vigilant soul.

This was where I got my answer,

To focus the guiding light which earlier seemed farther.

Now my torn out book of hope is a whole new,

Now my music is complete which was stopped halfway through.

This light in my darkness,

It twinkled like a star,

Connecting the dots, carving the good and bad apart.

Via Daily prompt: Focused


I wrote first four lines of this poem in the comment section of one of my fellow blogger. Thanks to him and his beautiful poem “In the darkness”. And i will appreciate if you can let me know what do you infer from this poem because i want to know if i am capable of conveying my thoughts via poetry.