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Tuesday, 20th November 2018

Worlds of Words: A Sonder in Dimension

Posted on 07. May, 2015 by in Columns, Poetry

11102615_10206617547814982_2223389466530585122_nSonder is the realization that each random passerby is living a life as vivid and complex as your own.

Each and every one of us is a sun in its own universe, the main character in his very own finite tale, the viewer of the world around him through mainly one perspective, his perspective. We realize that world around us is challenging, with all it’s variables, we try to learn and put ourselves in others’ shoes but are we really acknowledging the fact that each and every passerby has the lead role of his own life and that, like us, every single form of life has many other dimensions than the one we view? There’s a lot more to the life of your acquaintances, coworkers, friend, family and even more to the life of the many faces you glimpse each day with a story of equivalent or even greater complexity than yours. The only difference is you might never know.

In a life of one you’re a puzzle piece ,a sun ,or an entail
A passing by inspirer
Or a consequent of trail
A mirage of obscurity
Or a tale of every dale

A soul might take a glimpse of you
But never again recall,
The hierarchy of one and more
Before aspiring all

Are we the heroes of our veils
Or are we a part of others?

A morning of a new lit day
Or a night of a passive, bothered?

To realize ones place in life
is but a big convention

Life, let alone all challenges
is a sonder in dimension.

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