Home > depression > Poem > Poetry > relationship > Anxiety – darkness within Anxiety – darkness within Shweta Dave August 2, 20152015-08-02T18:41:46+00:002015-08-02T18:47:13+00:00 depression, Poem, Poetry, relationship 61 Comments Tough times don’t last touch people do! Anxiety image source: Photographer Katie Joy Crawford Tweet Pin It About The Author shweta.dave09 61 Comments August 3, 2015 Salvwi Prasad These are profound lines. There is something sinister in the response darkness gives where it calmly plans the next blow. Reply August 4, 2015 Shweta Dave Rightly said Salvwi, its like that sarcastic smile… Reply August 3, 2015 Datta Ghosh These lines are me, my fight and struggle from something that lies so deep within. Amazingly I just won another war today. I felt it grip again today morning and I knew it was culmination of recent events. You just again touched the deepest chord of my soul…. Reply August 4, 2015 Shweta Dave As I said on Twitter, mirror images we are! I sat to write a beautiful feeling of love and the words flowed, I didn’t stop till I penned the last. Then when I read it, it was pain in the words but some solace within! Not sure how I can describe it! But with you I don’t need to describe… Reply August 3, 2015 Fayaz Pasha Very beautifully said Shweta. Darkness should be engulfed with hope rather than anxiety. Reply August 4, 2015 Shweta Dave So rightly said Fayaz, hope can turn all positive. Reply August 3, 2015 Somali K Chakrabarti Shweta, you have vividly portrayed in your poem the fight with anxiety. Yes anxiety is natural, but we have to try our best to divert attention from anxiety as it builds up. When change is the rule why to fear it beforehand..rather face it as it comes. We should never ever let this dark demon overpower our mind and heart. Sounds too boring and preachy? Aadat hai. 🙂 Reply August 4, 2015 Shweta Dave What you said is so right Somali provided you know its coming and the reason its coming! I have tried to pen a the moments when this exactly happened. Its like a tsunami wave that comes unannounced and grips badly! Reply August 4, 2015 Somali K Chakrabarti That’s a very painful situation then. Reply August 6, 2015 Kokila Gupta My God Shweta, I was numb for a moment after the read and I did not realize it .. only thing I know is that ..I don’t know what to write ! But I do know that the demon will go defeated every time . It will bow down one day in front of Minnat-e-mohobbat and minnat-e-dosti 🙂 🙂 Love n Love n Love 🙂 Reply August 14, 2015 Shweta Dave Happens bestie…till the time we don’t give in to darkness it always works. Loads of love and hugs. Reply August 7, 2015 Rat Engrossing lines Shweta. It took me sometime to gather myself and type down my comment here. Im impressed with your writings! Happy Birthday, A Rat’s Nibble : Nibbles @ 3 Reply August 14, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Meera, it reached you, means a lot. Reply August 7, 2015 Pratishtha Khan Such a beautiful thought, Shweta. Anxiety takes away from the sunshine of life… Reply August 14, 2015 Shweta Dave Rightly said Prathishta, it does sap a lot of our individuality. Reply August 11, 2015 Ashish Kumar this is an “exquisite”… great creativity… Reply August 14, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Ashish. Reply August 16, 2015 Ashish Kumar I have nominated you for Blogger Recognition Award… check here…https://ashishvision.wordpress.com/2015/08/16/blogger-recognition-award/ 🙂 Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave I need to make a special award of gratitude for you Ashish, I will accept this thank you so much. Reply August 15, 2015 Vinitha Painful, isn’t it? Anxiety is exhausting! Very well done, Shweta. 🙂 Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Vinitha, long time 🙂 Reply August 17, 2015 Shanx Anxiety has been so vividly captured, that if one can’t get what it is after reading this Ananya.. they can never get what it is. The fight, emotions, the scattered beats plunge the readers to experience it such is the power of these words. Amazingly done j. And, even to this.. i can’t resist writing- Beautiful 🙂 Powerful indeed. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave So truly said j, as I told Tina, we are so into creating artificial emotions in our life camouflaging not showing our true self that acceptance to reality becomes challenging. Its dark but real 🙂 thank you for giving so much love to it. Reply August 18, 2015 Vinay Nagaraju Phew! That;s a very moving imagery Shweta. Very poignant and well captured. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave And I see you here after so long, not that i am writing regularly 🙂 Thank you Vinay, happy to see you back. Reply August 18, 2015 Tina Acharya Very touching!!! Shweta…I had never read anything like this on anxiety!! You have really captured feeling in a very vivid way!! Superb!!! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks Tina, happy you like it, a personal opinion that we have masked our emotions especially vulnerable ones with smilees and emocons so well that acceptance to reality is almost negligible. Reply August 18, 2015 Rakesh Pandey Oh god! Dark and numbing! Read it thrice. It’s very beautiful and haunting! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Yes Rakesh, somethings painful do exist…happy you liked it. Reply August 18, 2015 Amit Agarwal “I hug anxiety tighter than ever..now let’s be friends..” You couldn’t have said it better, Shweta! Loved it! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Amitji, coming from you means a lot. Reply August 18, 2015 Arun Beautifully penned .. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks Arun 🙂 Reply August 18, 2015 Rahul Nice one Shweta, but wish you hugged the hope:) Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Yes I would Rahul so agree to that! Reply August 18, 2015 Sri Kri Well said Shweta.Simply beautiful about Anxiety. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks Sri, happy you liked it. Reply August 19, 2015 Subhodeep Mukhopadhyay Wow. The imagery is quite vivid! Moving poetry. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thank you Subhodeep, glad you liked it 🙂 Reply August 19, 2015 MS Mahwar Lovely! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks Madhusudan. Reply August 19, 2015 yogi saraswat That’s very true and right Shweta Ji! But the darkness must also be exist otherwise we can not imagine the light , the hope !! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Wow that is such a beautiful thought Yogiji…so positive. Reply August 19, 2015 Shalini Chaturvedi Absolutely haunting! Reply September 8, 2015 Shweta Dave Indeed Shalini. Reply August 19, 2015 Shalini Chaturvedi Absolutely haunting this is! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Wanted to convey it vividly Shalini. Reply August 19, 2015 inducares You have pictured anxiety Shweta. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Yes Indu a feeling some vulnerability. Reply August 19, 2015 Roohi Bhatnagar Beautiful poem Shweta. It is all about acceptance 🙂 Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Agree atleast better than giving up Roohi. Reply August 20, 2015 Lata Subramanian Ah, the demons we all need to learn to fight, created mostly by our own mind! Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Agree only if taming the thoughts was so easy Lata 🙁 Reply August 21, 2015 Maitreni Mishra That’s a beautiful imagery Shweta.. loved the way you expressed it so poignantly :’) Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Beautiful not sure but painful agree, happy you liked it! Reply August 21, 2015 sweta lovely words…. Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave Thanks sweta 🙂 Reply August 24, 2015 Shweta Dave I dont get it Vinay, is it some marketing you are doing on this site? Reply August 24, 2015 Purba Chakraborty Perfectly weaved, Shweta. The darkness of the heart returns again and again, especially in the lonesome hours. I loved the way you’ve captured the intense emotions in this poem that we all feel at such an hour. Reply September 13, 2015 Green Speck Hope guides us through. Beautiful words 🙂 Reply August 17, 2016 anirudh ek sidha funda hai…. thoda sunn ne me tedha hai but it works… agar anxiety se darr lagta hai tou uuse face karo… welcome karo… jitna bhago ge, ye utna bhagaye ga…. ye ek chote bachhe ki tarah hai- aap jo bolo ge ya socho ge ye uska ulta karega…. behtar hai aakh mila ke face karo…. no nexito… no franxit… no beta blockers…. sidhi baat karo… after 2 years i am sharing my personal experience… Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name (required) Email (required) Website Authenticate this comment using OpenID. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Related Posts Love Phoenixed! The Offer – Five sentence fiction मुतज़ाद – The opposites Dinner Time – 33 words poem!