I Wonder…


 “Madness and Civilisation” speaks of madness as childhood,

 Something nature so tenderly cares and detests being rude,

 Dawn period goes with those childish,

 Since the shared codes barely stand the adults being priggish.


  I wonder the way,

 The insane disobey,

 Coldness as do the animals,

 Such is His vagueness!


  Once parting from rationality,

 Exist they with no humanity,

 Even if God takes away much,

 Given they are more tolerance as such.


  Made crazy by those they are blood of,

 The society does work too as it’s a part of,

 A received conspiracy that’s contentious,

 Since the victim may not deserve to lose sense.


  Yet He knows it all,

 And doesn’t let the virtuous fall,

 Here lies the mystery, the revelation,

 Mingled together, known and unknown!





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nightlight1220's picture

Oh..Ziaul!! So true..so true.

Oh..Ziaul!! So true..so true. We never know what tomorrow brings. God has our best in mind always...but sometimes we are asked to sacrifice seemingly needlessly. In the end, we learn appreciation for small things. Bless you.


...and he asked her, "do you write poetry? Because I feel as if I am the ink that flows from your quill."

"No", she replied, "but I have experienced it. "


KingofWords's picture

Thank you

Thank you so much :)

a.griffiths57's picture

    I think the insane are



I think the insane are hampered by their conditions but this does not make them less human, often they wonder how life would be, in phases of rationality that intersperse their lives.




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Thank you

Thank you so much for your comment. :)