This is how it goes….

Just look back and take a glance,
left with regret for a missed chance.
wings couldn’t always take you at height,
the one who’s not valour can’t be a knight.
Even the sky seems to bow if you look to the end,
still the human ego– stiff as the mountain stand.
some flowers bloom in the sunshine yet some are fond of darkness,
be it the bravest of all, yet all have some weakness.
Shut the eyes to all that you see; can’t stop the heart to feel,
seems impossible but the one giving wound could only help to heal.
it may seem strange but that’s how it goes,
everything has to set that once rose.

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The other side of truth (chapter 2)

Dark shadows do never leave you aside they know much more about you than you know about yourself. They reside within you, maybe deeper than blood that runs down your vessels. Probably being gentle wasn’t always that easy because everybeing that you meet either day has other side–a furious side.
      Jane wasn’t actually looking for a thing in particular but what she demanded was to let them meet who they really are and what could they be turned into. She’s been working on all beings phsycology and all she understood was mysterious than the outcome that was hypothised before.
      Jane wasn’t actually a phsycologist but rather she was blessed to read all beings mind either human, animal or creatures unseen. Sometimes she was badly abused by people or considered an epic fool.
Jane was an orphan her parents died when she was just ten years old but she was left out with great wealth and her honest caretaker named Alisha. She’s been serving them since Jane was a little child and even now at the age of forty she looked like a young maiden. Alisha didn’t get married and served Jane her whole life. She actually had someone special in her life named George who’s been waiting for Alisha since today. But, Alisha promised that untill jane turned eighteen and all her wealth gets transferred under her name; she won’t leave her alone. Sometimes Jane didn’t like it and considered herself to be a burden on Alisha’s life.

If…

If only once you understood, things I meant to say,                                                                                if only once you understood, my heart dying day by day.                                                                      if only once you understood, time never would remain the same,                                                       if only once you understood, humans are never meant for tame.                             
If only once you understood, my thoughts that I never convey,                                                           if only once you understood, the world i observe my way.                                                              if only once you understood, perhaps the choices would change,                                           if only once you understood, maybe everything wouldn’t seem so strange

The other side of truth (chapter 1)

     At hand she stood all by herself with none above and beyond to listen what she ought to say. They gave their opinions but not a soul listened that unheard voice captured between those lips—they gazed and laughed at poor solitary being, standing amongst folks who believe in what they see. And yet she tried but was dismissed badly.

     Life is loaded with sacrifices, it takes away more than what it provides. Roses do bloom but besides its beauty the thorns remain on the stalk. Time could heal scars but never restore what had been lost. No one ever dares to peek behind those shut curtains of life covering countless exotic things. Everyone remains wiped out in massive crowd of people veiling million untold secrets. They carry out strike with days that pass hour by hour.

     Sometimes what we assume is not actually what others reflect, as it’s just the other side of what they hide. Within the depths of the earth she breathed, yet her thoughts were different than what others thought. Most of the times she was abused and insulted—just because their morals doesn’t meet hers.

     It wasn’t her fault because every person who thought a different way was titled a fool. She didn’t want them to be her, but all she wanted them to be true to their own selves. Things would probably be he other way if they were just true to themselves.