I Wanted To Accept

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: May 03, 2018

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I didn't want to simply smile; I wanted to accept its fascinating glory and fabulous charm; instead,

I didn't want to simply cry; I wanted to magnanimously accept its treacherous sorrow; instead,

I didn't want to simply sleep; I wanted to accept its ravishingly surreal dream till times immemorial; instead,

I didn't want to simply shiver; I wanted to accept its mysteriously uncanny tingling; instead,

I didn't want to simply starve; I wanted to its inevitable descending upon my impoverished caricature; instead,

I didn't want to simply desire; I wanted to accept its stupendously passionate and ardent virtue; instead,

I didn't want to simply get crippled; I wanted to accept its tyrannical blow as
a beautiful gift; instead,

I didn't want to simply sweat; I wanted to accept its onerous trickle as the seeds
of incessant perseverance; instead,

I didn't want to simply admire; I wanted to accept all the planet as a paradise of mesmerizing beauty; instead,

I didn't want to simply dream; I wanted to accept it as a marvelously enchanting fantasy which blossomed into infinite petals of prosperity every unfurling minute; instead,

I didn't want to simply achieve the unconquerable; I wanted to accept its poignant triumph as an outburst from the celestial heavens; instead,

I didn't want to simply metamorphose the definitions of art; I wanted to accept wholeheartedly its indefatigably changing forms; instead,

I didn't want to simply marry the ultimate love of my life; I wanted to accept its most bountifully perpetual bondage; instead,

I didn't want to simply memorize; I wanted to accept my brain for its insurmountable labyrinth of intriguing dilemmas; instead,
I didn't want to simply respect; I wanted to accept its divinely sacrosanct blessings; instead,

I didn't want to simply gallop; I wanted to accept the incomprehensibly fast pace of life to its fullest; instead,

I didn't want to simply breathe; I wanted to accept its Omnipotent essence with open hands till times upto which the Creator wanted; instead,

I didn't want to simply love; I wanted to accept its most immortal element for countless more lives of mine; instead,

I didn't want to simply create; I wanted to accept everything around me as the most gorgeous organism of God's evolution; instead,

And I didn't want to simply die; I wanted to accept its unavoidable web with the same smile on my face as when I was freshly born; instead.


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