The Transitional Plunge

Samantak Bhadra By Samantak Bhadra, 26th Jun 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The transition from a world of rules, decisions and judgement to a world of limitless freedom. The escape from the former to the latter has been described in this poem.

The escape...

The house does not hide
Crying out in different ways
Shards fly with wings of their own
I see the world outside
At the end of the dimly lit corridor
There are 10 doors to my left
10 doors to my right
They command me to enter
Lights flicker animatedly
My eyes move furtively
The soles grow watery
Mad wind in my hair
Nerves in the opaque mind
The distance is far and narrow
Banshees in the cobwebs scream
The feet move… gathering pace
The doors become giants
Strangling the body slowly
The mind is with the soul
Freedom grows bigger
The distance has narrowed
Transforming into ether

The victory...

Escaping through the corners
Then the plunge into the wave
Dissolving of extremities
The loss … therefore, the peace
No reason to think anymore
The lifting up of arms
And the soaring of spirit
Till the end of freedom
The end… It never shall come…

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Decision, Decision Making, Decisions, Decisions In Life, Decisons, Freedom, Freedom Of Mind, Liberation, Liberty, Rules, Rules Of Conduct, Rules Of Life, Rules Of Society, Transition, Transitions

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author avatar Samantak Bhadra
I, Samantak Bhadra, am a guy who is unsure about his own destiny and the world around him. I graduated with an engineering degree from a college in Kolkata and am currently working in an IT firm. (Yes, I know I'm a very stereotypical and boring pseud...(more)

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author avatar Md Rezaul Karim
26th Jun 2012 (#)

Brilliantly written and thank you for sharing.

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author avatar Samantak Bhadra
26th Jun 2012 (#)

My pleasure, Md Rezaul Karim :)

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