Dispel

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Even breathing seems to be such a burden.

How do I unburden myself from this deep sense of worthlessness.

Innumerable times have I fought this upsurge of negative emotions,

Battled a thousand waves of despair,

Is this turbulence forever?

The more I discard it from within me the more it wraps me,

Oh! how many times should  I shed you?

How many times do you seep deep into my mind?

I collapse famished,

But, my soul you cannot touch,

Each time you attack me, my soul stays untouched,

It remains a source of energy and everything positive,

It lifts my body and gives the energy to battle everything that you pose with all your might.

You stand destroyed and my soul remains a constant companion to this weary body.

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About rashmimalapur

Writing is my passion. It is the best way to convey my feelings, emotions & views. I consider myself blessed to be able to use this medium & reach to the world. Any moment can be captured through poetry. Poetry is healing & is my life. I love to read what others write & listen to people while they narrate their stories. My blog is a medium of self- expression www.researcheye.wordpress.com.

6 thoughts on “Dispel

  1. Nalini Srivastava

    beginning with negative notions,how wonderfully the poet dispels all negative elements and establishes supremacy of eternal positivity within us.

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  2. Louis Kasatkin

    Destiny Poets’ International Community of Poets ( ICOP ) are pleased to announce that for June 2014 , the following works have been chosen in the categories of Poem of the Month and Highly Commended . Poem of the Month :- ** Golden – Witty Fay – **…..In the category of Highly Commended ( tabulated alphabetically ) are the following works:- * Def Lambs – Jacob Ellinger – *….* Dispel – Rashmi Malapur – *….* Flowers of Desire – Ramesh Rai – *….* Let me count the ways – Lata Tewari – *….* Line of Death – Tapeshwar Prasad – *….* Lotus Life – Neetu Wali – *….* Melodies of Silence – Madhumita Ghosh – *….* Sickle of Change – Panjami Anand – *….* So,I lied – Jan Christian Sorensen – *….* We – Maria Lenn Langendoen – *….* (The) Word’s Color Change – Kinga Fabo – *….* Written in the Stars – Elizabeth Castillo – *. The ICOP CRITIC,Bi-Monthly Award ,for May / June goes to Gopal Lahiri .

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