A sad routine


You can’t help yourself sometimes 
So you take cover of these lines 
Not that you want others to read. 
You’re too occupied by this overwhelming shit.

A little less and sometimes a bit more,
A new day but you can hardly ignore. 
Tears storm with a violent​ roar,
Recollecting everything you had before. 

Seized by this murderous rage. 
I confine my feelings to this page. 
A fact where I can’t debate,
This special person is hard to forget.

Nov 15, 2017
Ankit Thapa

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  1. This is what I like about poetry—you can form these words that could somehow mirror what you currently feel, without explaining yourself too mych. You just posted another masterpiece, dear. Keep on writing!! ❤️

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      1. Haha I customized my blog a little bit, sorry for the confusion 😅 I decided to use my real name but I’m still the old IdeaProvoker Girl lolll. You’re welcome 🙂

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  2. Channeling this fury into positive energy
    I stand here with my palms open letting you into my poetry
    Your debacle that you pour into the page
    Let me feed you some words to evaporate that rage

    That special person will always be remembered
    In fond affection or with bittersweet memories
    We all have emotions pent up that we need to air
    Mouldy heart will breathe free with words I’ll share.

    P.S. couldn’t help it. 🙂

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    1. I will never have enough to thank you for this love. The way you take my subject, and thus, put it out of it’s misery is really something, mesmerizing. Is that the right word here? I am out of words. Thank you. This means so much.

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    1. Hi there, thanks for stopping by and sharing for your opinion, I appreciate that.
      “You sound really protective of your own words.” Could you be more specific, please. I know I contradict myself at times.


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