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Venkatesh R

Tragedy Crime Inspirational

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Venkatesh R

Tragedy Crime Inspirational

The Self-Defense

The Self-Defense

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As part of nature, I existed.

Epoch is a numeral in my stamina, 

as I was bred, with an outburst in darkness.


But I am not the culprit.


I have my weakest form of existence.

I have my strongest form of existence.

When I interact with my counterpart, 

I hemmed the floor of the globe.


But I am not the culprit.


I believed it to be, the building block of life.

When my tint incurred corporal while mating with a contrasted-natured doppelganger.


But I am not the culprit.


Birth, Existence, Cremations, and Universe doesn't exist without me.

I say this not with Arrogance, 

But with humility as I am nature.


But I am not the culprit.


I am here to safeguard my epoch.

I am here to invent my cosmos.

I am here to transform the destiny 

with a butterfly effect.


But I am not the culprit.


I am part of you as your hormones.

I am part of this world as all life forms.

I am part of the universe that listens and changes how you interact.


I am the science of existence.


But I am not the culprit. 

who harms self and others.


Find the harmony in me, 

as I can transform your stance.


Negate with me with your introspection, and by striving for support.

As I am not a culprit, 

but a companion to save you from a flop.


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It's an attempt to use personification of chemistry, where chemistry is the basis of the universe and life when there is an imbalance between them it triggers mental health problems, and it leads to either self-destruction or the destruction of others. The poem is from a chemistry perspective of how self-harm or crime can be stopped if one can seek help or observe others and offer help in our mortal existence.


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