Save me!

in poetry •  3 months ago

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My whole life is uncertain
Can you come and ease the pain
I can feel the fire burning
Tell me, am i insane?

Desperately in need of help
Help me up the train
The road up is sure slippery
Don't tell me it's all in vain

Another one and I'm almost gone
no more pain
I think now I'm sane
what to do.......
my thoughts are all lame.

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DIVING DEEP

Hello everyone, welcome to my blog. I kind of wanted to take days off but it didn't end up quiet well. Because i ended up taking too much. Now i feel bad. Anyways I'm back now, to stay longer.

So this is another one of my poems, like you all know. This one is dedicated to an higher power.

The poem is about the lamentations of a depressed man. Who is pleading to a higher power, to save him from his predicament.

I've read a lot poetry which goes in the same pattern as this. And this is no exception.

stanza one

My whole life is uncertain
Can you come and ease the pain
I can feel the fire burning
Tell me, am i insane?

Life often shows everyone who's boss. While some go to various lengths to heal it, others just run to an higher power. That's what this stanza is about. Now the fire (problems) enveloping him is making him go insane.

stanza two

Desperately in need of help
Help me up the train
The road up is sure slippery
Don't tell me it's all in vain

Now he's paying for divine intervention in his matters, praying that all he had achieved and done in life should not be in vain. He's praying for success and not sudden death.

stanza three

Another one and I'm almost gone
no more pain
I think now I'm sane
what to do.......
my thoughts are all lame.

Then here he's saying, another challenge or obstacle in his way and he's gone. He can't take it anymore. Though he's now in control of his mind he can't think of anything to tackle the obstacles.

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Save me!
ehisoria (52) in poetry • the day before yesterday

A poetry dedicated to a deity. Sometimes we tend to believe in something superior to solve our problems. Life has taught me that we are the ones who must solve problems. God extends his hand to us in the sea, and we must swim to the shore

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True talk friend, you're right. Waiting on the world to solve our problems is like suicide, we must do the needful ourselves