Ending His Life…

He wants to end his life
estranged from his wife
he feels lonely
he is melancholy,
Is it okay to have such thoughts?
just because sometimes they fought
like cats and dogs they tore
over issues not so hot,
bad dreams no sleep
only memories to keep
logic vanishing volatile
eyes sunken deep,
clueless as to what next
beating heart has no pretext
engulfing void, short of breath
life is now out of context,
he is depressed
he is obsessed
sore and helpless, surely
he must be possessed,
he is yearning
he is threatening
can someone help quick
as he is sinking…..
©Dr Swati A Gadgil, All Rights Reserved.

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About Dr Swati A Gadgil

Anaesthesiologist , practising since last 30 yrs in Mumbai and medico legal advisor. Counsellor for Children at Puberty , Parenting , Stress Management , Motivation and Peace MBBS DA LLM Postgraduate in Human Rights Postgraduate in Hospital management Founder President of NGO, Dombivli Women's Welfare Society and it's youth wing NayaSavera Published three books of poetry Columnist and writes on various topics like Stress Management Appointed by Times of India as Consultant for their NIE Newspaper In Education Program Recognised by Medical associations and Rotary Speaker and panelists on Tele media, print media and National and International conferences Taekwondo Red Belt

10 thoughts on “Ending His Life…

  1. amitapaul

    A poem with a great sense of empathy and urgency conveying the sense of depression where no options seem to be left in someone’s life – though there are always options , objectively speaking .

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  2. Dr Swati A Gadgil Post author

    Thank you dear Louis. There is so much to do in this world that one life may not be sufficient. I pray for strength to do my counselling sessions incessantly.

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  3. Pushmaotee Subrun

    Macbeth would have responded… ‘ Canst thou not minister to a mind diseased,. Pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow,…? The poem is full of pathos… a reality which is rampant in this pandemic era… and the call for urgent help…

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