“My Own Self is enough for Myself” A cogito “Poem”

What demons has possessed my body and soul

This cogito “I” says you yourself is an endless ocean

I am drowning into my own self so far and wide like the poetry of Shakespeare

I have found countless universe expanding within my soul

What do I care about the world of others?

I dare say I don’t even need a friend at this strange metamorphosis

I am a monster that must be left alone into a gloomy cave

This poet alone can live thousand more years all by himself

What passion I have found in my loneliness

Leave me alone O world mind your own business

Oh my sacred most high loneliness are like the mountains of Himalayas

We exist for own sake

Like a hobbit I have found a home within my hearts humble abode who says “No more guests wanted”

Passions flamed

Philosophy overdosed

Poetry overflowed

Literature glows like rive flows

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