A Fraction of Contradictions.

I’m probably best when I feel worst.
I love to be alone, I hate being lonely.
I hate to be alone, I love being lonely.
There are days when I lose myself in pain, nights where I feel pleasure.
There are days when I feel pleasure, nights where I lose myself in pain.
Because, when it is really burning and the world sinks into the empty darkness.
Because, it is when everything breaks apart and life feel unbearable and absent.
Here I step forward and say that no one needs to cry and everything again will be fine.

I feel strongest when I actually weakest.
I’m probably just best when I feel worst.
I would show you my strength, I would hide for you my weakness.
I would hide for you my strength, I would show you my weakness.
There are days that seem lost in pain, nights filled with so much happiness.
There are days filled with so much happiness, nights that seem lost in pain.
Because, it is when life really hurts and no hope longer exists.
Because, when the feeling is, that everything is torn and life trembles.
Here is my strength and I give for all, everything I have inside me until everything is okay again.
I can feel the desperation’s strength when I feel at my weakest.
I’m probably just best when I feel worst.
I write the most beautiful when I’m ugly, I write the ugliest when I’m beautiful.
I’m the most ugly when everything is beautiful, I’m most beautiful when everything is ugly.
There are days when you look at my weaknesses nights where you feel my strengths.
There are days when you feel my strengths, nights where you look at my weaknesses.
Because, when all is said and done and the accounts shall be made up, I may seem weakest.
Because, when all is taken in consideration and help is most needed, I am perhaps the strongest.
Here I have my strengths and weaknesses, but I imagine nothing.
I am filled with strength when I feel weakest.
I’m probably just best when I feel worst.

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About jachso

Hey Destiny Poets. I live in Denmark about 90 km from Copenhagen and works in Roskilde as a teacher and mentor. I'm probably not like most men of my age and yes I am aged 50 years old. I've tried a lot of jobs without finding what I'm passionate about. Writing, I have always loved and I was probably just 14 years old when I produced my first poem. I have not yet been released some of my poems, but I hope it happens one day. I just finished a novel which I would like to have published, now the time and talent show whether I have the ability to write. Poetry has a special meaning for me and this is where I really feel at home. My life has sometimes been marked by many losses. In the mid eighties, I lost my fiance at the time when the accident happened was pregnant. She lost control of the car and drove herself and her child, who was on his way thereby, to death. It has really made its mark on my life and way of thinking. In the late nineties, I had problems with my back and had to seek other avenues to support myself. I finally decided to enroll at university and was admitted to the humanist line. I read philosophy, science, psychology, journalism and history, but philosophy and psychology is my major interest. I thrive today in the RUC aka Roskilde University just 25 km from Copenhagen. My job is to guide and teach, and it is a job with speed and that gives me a lot again. I have two collections of poems ready to be released, if I can find a publisher who will publish them. I have no children, it would obviously be my lot in life although I have tried, but luck never smiled at me that way. If you have any questions for me so I hope you just ask away all you want, I'll respond as soon as I have read the questions. With kindest regards from Jan Sorensen

2 thoughts on “A Fraction of Contradictions.

  1. Louis Kasatkin

    A powerful,impassioned and an intensely compassionate cri-de-coeur from Jan C. He meets all the expectations that we have of him as readers.

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