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Seeking joy and bliss in the distant yet abandoned life


Confined within the four walls of the abandoned house, I seek comfort in my solace;

I am far away from city life and I can see desert, white sand dunes and not a single tree or living and non-living beings;

I crave for the happy chirping of birds and seek companionship;

I seek beauty in the distant life I am subjected to, far removed from happy faces and deep eyes;

I shall find happiness in the comfort of thy abandoned and ruined house;

I find beauty and joy even in the most mundane existence;

It is thy destiny as I seek love within;

It is divine as I speak to thy soul to reach eternal joy and happiness.

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Work-in-progress, seeker and bundle of contradictions. Stubborn and Refusal to grow up and constantly in search of myself, I blurt it out on my space. Drop in and share some love. Indian by choice.

14 thoughts on “Seeking joy and bliss in the distant yet abandoned life

      1. there are people who prefer solitude, and there are people who prefer human companionship- you certainly belong to the latter type, so solitude may have negative effects on you- snap out! 🙂

      2. It is so true, Sharmistha and some prefer companionship and some prefer solitude. I do prefer solitude at some point and it’s good for the soul. Yeah, I gotta snap out soon.lolz

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