Madness

Madness

A Poem by hardeep sabharwal

Do turn mad,
When beatan up to unbearable depth,
Of a conflicting cerebral chamber,
Suffocating under the mask of normality,
When different things are struggling,
Within you and without you, do not
Try to crush those contracted truths,
But let them feed on just as a,
Cuscuta, on the rot of your appearence,
Do not give meristematic touch to,
Your snobness, but be obsessed,
With the primary colors of innocence,
Feel the mirth of ignorance or be,
In the manea of being ignored,
Find the obsession within you, for you,
As obsession is a kind of madness.

© 2014 hardeep sabharwal


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Beatan = Beaten.
What an unusual flow of words. As if in the presence of something uncontrolable yet willing to be understood. Again The word Snobness threw me of and in arrogance and or looking down at or Snubnesss?
All and all it seems that from an observer that sees the intentional or unintentional desire from some to make an impact. The impact of course at tims too much. The consequences at times disastrous. So it makes a plea to your inner strength so as to be able to withstand the pressure of life.

Intense

Thankyou

Posted 6 Years Ago


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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks Rene, for a nice and deep review, and for correction of the word beaten



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Love the ending! Very profound work.

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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thank you so much jesse
beautiful ending!!!
profound poem.
i liked it!
:)

Posted 6 Years Ago


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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thankyou pushkar for liking :)
Yes thinking should not be eteral till it reaches the stage of obsession. Whatever it's be sad or dreadful try to sort out as soon as possible to have good working and alive mind.

Posted 6 Years Ago


hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks a lot prabha
"Find the obsession within you, for you,
As obsession is a kind of madness." - these are lines which I have followed from a long.

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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks a lot mayank for reading and reviewing :)
Powerful like a punch! A reason in chaos to make sense.
Brilliant write!

Posted 6 Years Ago


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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thank you so much sindu
A cathartic poem which helps you find peace amidst trouble and chaos. Thanks for sharing.

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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks Avinash
As an obsession is a kind of madness is really well said...The poem is good. I really like some of images very much...Keep it up...please read some of mine and let me know how do I do...

Posted 6 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks a lot dear friend :)
M.A.Rathore

6 Years Ago

Welcome dear friend. Happy Diwali..
Very deep thoughts as always from you.
Well done..

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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thank you so much ana
This is another amazing poem great description. I love this poem you never disappoint. Thank You for letting me read.

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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks so much george :)
a great poem, very strong descriptions of the state of mind that leads to obsession, a work of art my friend :)

Posted 6 Years Ago


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hardeep sabharwal

6 Years Ago

Thanks a lot :)

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Hardeep Sabharwal describes himself as person of few words. He is one of millions of middle class Indians who do not have any ideology; they only want to live a peaceful life. The thing that hurts him.. more..

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