Elusive Proof Of Life.

I do not find among the borders I wish to
reach with ease, that great proof of life.
Perhaps, it is, for I have not yet been to
the fringes of these bleak notions of strife.
Passive may be, my receding will of being,
perhaps, it is, for I have no burdens to bear.
That proof of life I do not intend on seeing,
perhaps, it is, for beyond, no border lies there.

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11 thoughts on “Elusive Proof Of Life.

  1. “I used to wonder what the purpose of hardships was, while living a life, free of them, and when I began to wonder, what the purpose of living was, I realized the value of those burdens.”

    1. Thank you Tammy, as a matter of fact it was a part of the poem before, but it was adding aesthetics to itself nor the prose as a constituent. I took it out for now, but perhaps later I’ll phrase it in a better way.

  2. I like this, I found it quite relatable. Hardships are often a concept of emotional pieces, it was nice to hear an honest lack of connection with the concept of hardship. I enjoy your work, looking forward to more.

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