Everything has a word; Everything is a feeling

Sometimes, we encounter a situation which we have never experienced in our life and we don’t find a word to define that feeling,

But somewhere, out there, in this large earth, someone might have got that feeling and he too might have thought the same which you thought during that feeling.

But still: Everything has a word; Everything is a feeling

When you see her the first time, or when you know that you are seeing her the last time. You go home, stand in the shower and just remain there. Still and calm. Standing alone, water draining down your pain, time and life. But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you expect something and you don’t get it. You feel something, which pulls you away from your goal, distracts you from your dreams. And you want to shout that thing out, but you can’t. Because… But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When your words are misunderstood by a friend and he goes away from you. You stand alone on your path towards your destiny. You still stand there, for a while, waiting for him to come. Looking left and right, in hope that he’ll come. But deep within you, you know that he won’t. That too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you know its your birthday, and no one wishes you from morning to evening. You feel alone, like if no one cares. You have no importance. You are JUST another person in the world. That too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When your favorite thing is given to a person close to you instead of you. You smile, to show that you are happy. Happy that he got it. But deep within you, you hide something. Hide something down your heart concealed with your smile. But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you are fallen on the ground and you need a hand to pick you up. No one comes. And you realize that you are on your own on this earth. You fight against the ground, against the nature, against the law of gravitation. But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you make a promise to your loved ones and after a time you need to break it. You know you don’t want to do it. You know that it is the demand of the situation. And you know that your loved ones will be hurt. But still, you have to do it. That too is a feeling and that too has a word

When you decide to quit, decide to stop, you see a ray of light coming from nearby distance. Your speed increases. The adrenaline gush takes over your decision. Your heart beats faster than ever. And as you come closer to the finish your smile gets bigger. That too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you expected someone to not understand you. He comes closer to you, hugs you and says in your ears “I can understand”. Your heart sinks. Your eyes get wet. You feel safe in his arms. But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

When you were a kid/teenager/adult and you thought of some dreams which you aspired to achieve. When you fulfill such dreams. Achieve an accomplishment. Your eyes shine. Your lips gets positioned where they were always supposed to be. You are at high energy and all you want to do is shout to the world and convince the people that “Dreams do come true.” But that too is a feeling and that too has a word.

And my dear friend, it is nearly impossible to relish all these feelings at a single moment of time but still I felt them all one by one at a single moment and all I want to say is:

That too is a feeling and that too has a word – its writing.

Tribute to all my friends who came into my life, irrespective of whether they gave me a bad or a good feeling because without them I couldn’t have felt that feeling.

So THANK YOU TO YOU.

 

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2 thoughts on “Everything has a word; Everything is a feeling

  1. m sorry i might have misunderstood but i didnot understand the concept of “that too has a word”. I dont think words are enough to express everything we feel.

  2. Well, you are absolutely right Heena. Words can never explain wht we feel. It is the intensity of the reader who can really b empathetic and feel the feelings between the words. 🙂

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