Wednesday, February 24, 2010

I wonder

Does the fear of rejection disappear
Once you have been rejected?
Does the uncertainty fade
When the answer is known?
Does hope continue
When the worst has already happened?
Does pain hurt lesser
When you know it was unintentional?
Does it feel good to be needed
When you know you will be forgotten when the need is fulfilled?
Does freedom taste as sweet
When you know you don’t deserve it?
Is love really that amazing
When it is unrequited?
Is life worth living
When you can’t find meaning?
Is pain worth bearing
When you know it’ll never go away?
It friendship worth maintaining
When you aren’t appreciated?
Is hurt worth pushing through
When there is nothing on the other side?

Questions, more questions...
I ask, I wonder, I think.


Rohini said...

Hmm..The answer is NO!
and lovely past. you were right. i do like it!

Ayesha said...

The answer is no to some, yes to the others :) Thank you though. Glad you like it :D

TeNsEiGa To Me said...

i hve said this b4 - really love the way it opens and carries on - n whn wht u feel n think is wrapped up in such amazing word combinations, well - magic happens!!

Ayesha said...

@ Kavya - Thank you :)

Akanksha Arya said...

Wandering mind, yours. =)
The answer is a staggering no. Mostly.

Ayesha said...

@ Akanksha - Wandering yes :) I figured the answer is no to a lot of them. For me personally it is. Opinions vary though.

varsha suman said...

i really liked it.... and i feel that the answer is yes to a few of them...

Ayesha said...

@ Varsha - Thank you :)

Cave Man said...

Wondering is one's birth right but staying uncompromising with self-respect at every rejection from materialistic is the platinum of soul.Life is a practical joke thrown by God and Caveman knows it.No Wonders! Those who would want to stay irrespective, those who are doomed to go, would go even after multitudes of offered sacrifices.Stay strong in the food chain else will be engulfed in the ruthless jaws of emotions.

Ayesha said...

@ caveman - Interesting advice...

Anonymous said...

kabhi haan, kabhi naa.


Ayesha said...

@ Mehernaz - Yep. Kabhi haan, kabhi na :D But very naa :)