Emotional Diffusion!

The power of those deep dreamy eyes,
Makes my intellect die,
My efforts are to say a ‘hi’,
Your smile turns it to a ‘sigh’.

Confusion… confusion… confusion…
What an emotional diffusion!

I hide my love with a mask,
Carrying it like a daily task,
Your friendly hugs and a cute little smile,
Fills my life with a turmoil.

Confusion… confusion… confusion…
What an emotional diffusion!

I don’t want to be your friend,
I have no reason to pretend,
You are the love of my life,
I simply want you to be my wife.

Confusion… confusion… confusion…
What an emotional diffusion!

I’m desperate to have you in my life,
Holding my hand and sitting aside,
I open my eyes and find me alone,
I hate you when you come and console.

Confusion… confusion… confusion…
What an emotional diffusion!

I hate this chaotic life of mine,
You do confuse me a lot of times,
Choose a relationship status with me,
Or just find another guy to become his ‘Bee’.

Confusion… confusion… confusion…
What an emotional diffusion!

7 Comments

  1. Kadir Yusof
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    Greetings! I’m Kadir. Your poem is so transparent. No symbolism that excites me. You are an adult(my guess), but this poem is so simple. Maybe I am picky or something. I have written a few poems myself. Maybe one of these days I’ll make it readable to many. I am very sorry.

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    • V@idehi
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      Hi, Kadir!

      Thank you so much for the comment and your response and please don’t be sorry for anything. In fact, I am glad that you gave an honest opinion about my poem. Such comments always encourage me to improve and work on my writing skills. 🙂

      By the way, do you have interest in Hindi poems/blogs? Did you get a chance to read/listen any of my Hindi poems? Would love to have your views on them too. 🙂

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      • Kadir Yusof
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        Hi Vaidehi,

        Actually…I thank you for your kind respond. I am 42, so I have read a lot. That is why such comment came from me. I am only versed in English and Malay. I am a Malaysian. Even if I learn Hindi, I will never be as good as you. So, I would have no views on your Hindi poems. I am sure you are good, because you are true to yourself and others. Thank you again. My best wishes to you.

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        • V@idehi
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          Hi Kadir,

          Thank you so much for your response. Your comment will help me improve. I really appreciate it. 🙂

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