releases



hardships, miseries, knives, fights,
a man tries to avoid them,
yet they come, and yet they stay.

a man tries to uproot them,
hoping for them to go away,
yet they come again,
yet the time is again the same.

time flies, he uproots,
they grow again he tries to live with them,
and it's not so sane.

then, something comes by,
releases him from pain,
it's flying, it's calm, he knows it's temporary still it feels good,
still it feels calm.

there was never a need to uproot,
to resist all he needed was a calming release,
and a hope, that it isn't temporary,
that it comes again.

About this poem

We all have faced miseries, and we have tried to overcome them, and we (mostly) have failed. Now, do we even care about solving problems? We care about forgetting about them, searching for ways to indulge our mind somewhere. Hoping that the ways we found to indulge our mind somewhere, stay for long.

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Written on February 13, 2022

Submitted by mdhiman536 on February 04, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABC BCDX ABE XEXX XXXD
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 592
Words 130
Stanzas 5
Stanza Lengths 3, 4, 3, 4, 4

Mayank Dhiman

I am an (incoming) Software Engineer at Google. I like computer science, physics, and life. I write poems to ease me up. more…

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  • Soulwriter
    I see the emotion coming through your words. Thanks for sharing and keep writing!
    LikeReply2 years ago
  • johnc.22519
    Having faced miseries, do we even care about solving problems? Good point but I did not understand that from the poem, nice words as they are.
    LikeReply2 years ago

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