A daily dose of ecstasy

Life’s strange
People come and people go
some stay.
Making their place in every corner
Blending in your life,
They become your defining color
Absorbed in your veins
Dictating a flow
Slowly seeping
A subtle feeling
Bit by bit
Changing you.
Like a dose of nicotine
making a place in that stream
Like the smell of fresh coffee
for a good day’s beginning
Like the breeze against your face
reviving a lost smile
Like the tune of your best song
to put your day to an end
When the mask strains
and the world drains
All you need is
that daily dose of ecstasy.

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8 Responses to A daily dose of ecstasy

  1. swaroop says:

    hey nice poem…

  2. Mike says:

    Just passing by.Btw, your website have great content!

  3. Aareet says:

    “Like a dose of nicotine
    making a place in that stream”

    Good job with the similes! The italics help too 🙂

  4. Jingle says:

    beautiful writing!

  5. Chandra says:

    amazing, truly!!

  6. This sick habit brought upon me the stark realization that most blogs had some sort of identity; for example, they talked about travel, writing, houses, business, food… you know– topics. I quickly realized that mine was sort of like a lost dog (without a name), wandering aimlessly in the night, far, far away from home, without one of those creepy GPS chips that would bring it home safely. I realized it was sort of the Seinfeld of blogs… meaning, it was really about, well, nothing in particular. Oh.

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