Depression is a slow poison with no specific cure. Often with assimilation of model behaviour, it can help a person deal with it. Rather than having a dreaded view, Neelam expresses her feelings in this verse, in Different Truths.
what oft delirium set of cafes, of poster arts
a sketch seems so burlesque on edges starts
the world to show off the time, does turns player
if the stories are new, half of paradigm
motioned by sickness, eulogies of cats
in figures descending three, two
silence is in dialogues, new vinery introductions
light turns slipslop song
when it stands still in the plight.
Pix from the Net.
Neelam Dadhwal is a poet from Chandigarh, India. She has recently authored, ‘Footprints’, which deals with aspects of womanhood. Her poems has been published in Readomania, Indian Poetry Review, Literary Yard, Kritya, Muse India. The Unknown Pen and anthologies on women international, peace and humanity. She blogs at Prism of Joy.