Jealousy is a monstrous feeling
That can break a relationship however loving,
Devastates the hater and the once loved.
Sadly, enmity dominates in the bond.
Why does this horrible toxic emotion
Invade the mind with so much confusion,
Shattering peace of mind
Blowing it up like a grenade leaving suffering behind?
Usually, haters are themselves unhappy,
Envying others position or capacity,
Like Shakespeare’s Macbeth’s ambition and greed
Into a disease deadly, did breed.
Or, like Othello, who created a drama with jealousy,
Being infested with the disease of insecurity
And suspicion, mistook Desdemona’s innocence,
Devoured by rage and savageness.
The indication from the spitefulness,
Unfortunately lost in thoughts full of meanness
Accounts for not realising that every person is exceptional
With a unique potential.
Indeed, great minds are not understood by jealousy,
So, the best revenge on jealousy
Is to be like an elephant plant leaf, live indifferently,
Removing jealous minds’ power to ruin ultimately.