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Closure

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As with Kundera’s

Unbearable lightness of being
So with the openness

That begets such heaviness
I face blankness

The vastness of a suddenly vacant consciousness
The vanished vanquished vanity
Of an arrogant artful me
All knowing I was
Oh How I Was

Till this dot of time
A Period
To punctuate a life that flowed
Unhesitatingly, unbeknown to lightness
Of heart, Of feeling, Of being.

Lighter of my excess emotional baggage
I sag. Not lift.
I lag. And drift.

Seeking closure. That which
Will never be, seeing that
I could never
Never
Never let you go.
Ever.

19 January, 2011
Online. Assaying antithetical presumptuous nonsense 😀

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Author: Usha Pisharody

A rambler, pretends to be a teacher, loves to dream, and go on Quixotic Quests in the Realm of Romance With Life...

5 thoughts on “Closure

  1. It has that rawness, that unedited, the not too perfectly polished reality in it.Has the endearing passion. Keep this for it shows you as a mirror. 🙂

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  2. Soumya… raw, uedited, unpolished… are keys to writes here anyway… and this one more than most. Lol! Thanks for finding something even in this absurdity :D! Thanks a ton!

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  3. Memories like a foot in the door,makes letting go a difficult chore.Buried thoughts from the times of yore, germinate from within as if from a spore. Beautiful. Just loved it, especially the pun with “Period”

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  4. Govind, thank you. To be honest, I did not realize that figure of speech till you pointed it out in your note! So double thank you 🙂 🙂

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