Happinessecrets

Seeing the life differently!

Torments

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Artist: Paul Cadden Photo source: Pinterest

Artist: Paul Cadden
Photo source: Pinterest

 

I’ve lost myself in questions
And other people’s nightmares.
Companions in a distorted journey
We hold each other’s hands
But still no one is able to warm our hearts.
Travelers on a foggy road
We become bait for our restless minds.
We seem to fight for survival
But most of us are numb…
And when the nightmares are gone?
The silence becomes unbearable…
Do we really need torments
In order to prove our existence?

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Author: Anna María

I'm just a normal person who enjoyes the life and I try to make a challenge of it every day. I love reading books, I love people around me, I like to study and to discover every day something new. I realized that you can be happy only when you accept that happiness comes from within, I've also learned to accept the life with all her gifts and all the ups and downs.

10 thoughts on “Torments

  1. Reblogged this on Poetry Inspector and commented:
    Anna María- Happinessecrets

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  2. Happiness could do us a favour
    Instead it burns in flames
    Whatever we have done to ourselves
    Emotions stare, then hide in shame
    Pride look at us in disdain
    There is no one else to blame
    A simple smile is enough of a proof
    Existence we can claim
    But don’t. Torture is required
    Assassinations, murder is required
    Screams, nightmares,
    Obscene materialistic
    Hallucinations are required
    When will we learn!

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  3. We sure do AnnaMaria… Like the poem a lot… I’d be glad if you just took a look at a poem I recently wrote…. It might contribute to your ideas…. Here’s the link http://pratheekreddy68.wordpress.com/2014/05/15/into-natures-abyss-dream-for-a-recluse/

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  4. You always makes me think so much with your poetry.

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  5. We have to understand its meaning. It’s hard to do but we have to do it. Suffering is a mystery.

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  6. “We become bait for our restless minds.”

    Recognizing this and to modify our thinking where this occurs less frequently and less intensely is a major step in improved mental health and a major point of self awareness that strengthens our ability to do so.

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