A deeply philosophical poem about the various nuances of human life and what makes life meaningful for us.
Suddenly a realization churned out of my mind.
A realization that craves for meaningful isolation;
A realization that speaks for non-interference,
A realization that champions the need of uniqueness.
I realized that “almost” none of us needs a suggestion
to live a life of own,
and to celebrate one as well.
Everyone’s life is and should be unique.
There is a reason behind every life of every possible kind;
There is a purpose, apparently hidden
yet quite evident;
obvious in a cognitive way,
yet needing some exercise .
Life should be stimulating for the living beings,
to be called as life.
It remains the best that way.
Pic courtesy: Skeeze @ Pixabay
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