Mental Over Physical

Mental Over Physical

A Poem by Lokesh

She and I were in a room.

She was in one corner and I was in another.

No words were moving between us.

Just a deep silence but nothing was there.

I didn’t know what she was thinking.

But I was imagining a train wobbling into a tunnel.


Many days have passed-by since that day.

Many shes have I encountered.

Still I have neither broken the silence nor narrowed the distance.

But with them intimate have I become

In my mind.


Every now and then I question myself.

Is it cowardice that stops me from going physical?

Am I a crazy with an outlandish obsession?

Have I chosen fantasy over reality, for the reality is unknown?


Questions are more, answers none.

But sometimes I feel

I may have decided to go mental over physical.

© 2012 Lokesh


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My wise grandfather taught me. Better to hold silence then fall to violence. Words and actions can change a life. A wise person try to forget and move on. I like the description. I know in real life. Hard to control temper and voice. I like the positive ending to the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

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lol love the end 'am I crazy with an outlandish obsession?...I may have decided to go mental over physical'

Posted 8 Years Ago


My wise grandfather taught me. Better to hold silence then fall to violence. Words and actions can change a life. A wise person try to forget and move on. I like the description. I know in real life. Hard to control temper and voice. I like the positive ending to the outstanding poetry.
Coyote

Posted 9 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Lokesh
Lokesh

Kathmandu, Nepal



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I am Lokesh Gurung, a nineteen-year old aspiring writer(poet, essayist, short-story writer, novelist) from Kathmandu, Nepal. more..

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