Friday, April 26, 2013

W for ... ...


Why like this?
Why you have to be here when you very much wanted to fly out?
Why you had to fall in love even when you never intended to do so?
Why you had to hate someone close to your heart?
Why smile when you want to cry out loud?
Why have to move on when you want yo stay there forever?
Why everything happens the way I wish it didn't?

God Blez.


  1. Why Why Why? Those are questions I ask a lot. Perhaps, I should change those why's to when or how. Start acting. Man, your post has turned out to be very cathartic for me. Thanks a billion!

  2. I don't know what your reasons for writing this post are, but why is kind of a funny thing.

    When someone asks us something that starts with why, we don't have to answer them, but we spend all our effort in coming up with a good answer, which normally is useless to us. On the other hand, when we ask ourselves something starting with why, we just ignore it with the next thought. Finding the answer to our own whys is very important. But what can we do, god made us lazy :-)

    1. True. . . On that journey for finding the answers for my own Whys.

  3. most often the whys start with replies like WHY BECAUSE :)
    but some times there no answers when one shud stop the questions too
    Good day
    Do write for X too

    1. Yea true. .... but asking why to ourselves may at times lead to great answers. :)

      Gearing up to write for X.. but nothing striked so far.

  4. 'Why?' is a question without answers most times.