Would You Like To See?

There’s a corner of my heart that is yet untouched. Almost inaccessible. Hence, it is indifferent and unfeeling. Nothing reaches it. Nothing escapes from it. Like Schrodinger’s cat, love/hate in equal measures might very well be alive in it. Or not. You’d never know unless you unlock the door. But the path leading upto it is a labyrinth. A hideous, dangerous maze. One wrong turn and you’d get caught among the worst of my memories. Yet another and you’d be sucked dry by the remnants of my despair – of bubbles burst, hopes dashed and dreams unfulfilled. Somewhere else you might be cornered by my deepest, darkest fears. And then again, in a murky lane would be the sum total of my desires. It’s an arduous journey, I must say. The journey in itself a life-long experience. Undertake it, if you will. Reach the door, if you can. Unlock it, maybe. Here’s the key. Would you like to see?


31 thoughts on “Would You Like To See?

  1. I must say, it’ll be a journey worth undertaking. Getting to know the deepest fears and trying to bring light instead. Running into bad memories and do everything in my power to build the ones that are Radiant and happy. Knowing the desires and fulfilling each of them and then more.
    I’d enter the said maze and stay there โ™ฅ๏ธ๐Ÿ˜Š

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  2. Ah yes, I would like to see, I’m a curious type, like a cat with nine lives, I’ll bring my own old key, It’s very well worn and over used, but now has the ability to open-up the most secret of doors……..

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  3. Loved this.
    On a side note about Schrodingerโ€™s cat, with respect to
    “love/hate in equal measures might very well be alive in it. Or not,”
    the paradox of the cat is that both love and hate in any and all proportions are alive and dead simultaneously within, before the door is opened. But when you open the door, you find only a single instance. So I’m not sure if I want to open the door and destroy all the other possibilities existing within. But that’s quantum mechanics for you.

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    1. Thanks.
      Yes, I know exactly how the notion works. Exactly what it was said that the actual occurence or non-occurence of the event cannot be known till the door’s unlocked. The rest of the note is for the one’s who do want to know and are not satisfied with letting it remain unknown. Cheers.

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    1. Could be like the door to Narnia, in an inconspicuous place. Or the Doors of Durin! You never know! I’d place the key under the doormat if someone does make his way there though ๐Ÿ˜‰. I’m kind like that.
      And thank you! I’m so glad you liked it ๐Ÿ™‚๐Ÿ’• (PS – I’m aware of your previous notifications. Forgive me for not responding sooner. I’ll get to replying ASAP!)

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