Unhiding hidden emotions

Promises are made to be broken. Statements are given and taken back but the power to reflect back on our deeds always invites guilt and doesn’t seem to back off. We are never who we say we are. We are always hiding behind our words and actions. Our present status compels us to lie about our past. We are over cautious and representer of our mischievousness in an artificial way to make it look innocent. People hide behind masks intentionally and sometimes even unintentionally. We overlook and judge our emotions to jump to a conclusion that seems flawless in the eyes of spectators. We can’t help ourselves to think about what will people think if they find out. In a manner to protect our emotions, we embed them deep inside the dark corner of heart. But we all have a flaw in ur code. The embedded emotions are traced out from the same corner of heart by our own subconscious. But what a pity, a long time has elapsed since the emotions were embedded which makes us regret and feel guilty about whole hiding plan of emotion. We go back in time and think if we had cared enough for this emotion without hiding it then we could’ve been feeling differently. We could have been wearing lesser masks. People make vague decisions towards their feelings, pretending it to be a rational one. The vague decisions are what haunts us today. One should try befriending with emotions instead of hiding them away. The hidden emotions are what makes us perplexed to be understood. Neither to a family nor to a diary and nor to dark corner of heart, our emotions are ours and are not meant to be misunderstood or misinterpreted. Misunderstanding amongst a group of people can invite war but misunderstanding our feelings and emotions can make us a mad man. All I ask you all to learn to be expressive to your mind and not care about the opinion of people on what they think.


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