Emotions are invisible

As I was standing at the railway station, the heaviness at my heart, tried to come out as tears, which I dabbed my eyes and looked at the sky, took a deep breath and controlled my tears. I looked around, there was a little baby running fast to his Mom thinking in going to streal him.

Two little puppies were running faster playing together biting each other, it was pure happiness.

A man on the other side wearing his jute bag walking like a model, tried to keep his bulging tummy inside his stomach as he crossed pretty young girls.

A heart patient struggled to walk past their compartment stop and sat almost twice as she couldn’t able to walk further, she looked around and wished if only someone could carry her and drop at her destination.

A man with mental issues worried about nothing and walked each side like a busiest civilian.

Kid crying infront of his dad, hoping his dad would get him the candy and stopped crying when his father lied that he will get him candy at next stop.

A young girl was talking to her boyfriend, giggling and smiling often tried to pass her kisses over the phone while no one is watching.

All it happened at one place, waiting for one train and different people, different emotions. Each of them had carried emotions, Like I was not expressing my emotions every single person was there hiding their pains, sorrows, happiness and sat still as they waited for a train. One train, lot of passengers, lots of emotions. If only emotions are visible, the people in depression could be easily identified.

Thanks for reading!

12 thoughts on “Emotions are invisible

  1. I like the idea of simply watching people around us…youโ€™re very right! Every person has different emotions! Few can express them but most of others hide them…
    Depression is a real issue that should be treated seriously ๐Ÿ˜
    Youโ€™ve managed to pen it down so beautifully Simon!

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  2. Thank you Ribana ๐Ÿค— Watching people is real fun๐Ÿ˜… everyone with different emotions and thoughts pretending outside.๐Ÿ˜Š Have a lovely Sunday ๐Ÿ’

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  3. Indeed, when traveling or on a road, waiting for something, we can observe a lot of emotions.
    I recall reading “Grass is always Greener” by Jeffrey Archer long time back.
    The story did not had active conversations but it showed raw emotions.
    At times, it can be an altogether unique experience to see all such emotions, the diversity of all,
    and the commonalities.

    Glad to read this one by you. Have a great day ahead!

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  4. Such a beautiful post. I really enjoyed reading it. There’s so much emotional dynamic that exists all around us and binds us together in that sense. It’s beautiful , yet at the same time , also our undoing.
    We all have to find our happy balance , I think โ˜บ๏ธ

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  5. We have to, it’s the pendulum life, you get both good and bad, happy and sad, success and failures, and that’s how life bounces back and forth teaches us how beautiful a life to live ๐Ÿ˜โœจโœ๏ธ Thanks for reading Shruti ๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿ’

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  6. Wonderfully written Simon! It can be fun to watch other people and see what is going on with their emotions. So many people hide their emotions or lie about them. Emotions are real and actually help us to deal with our life, with joys, and problems. Great post Simon!๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ˜บ๐ŸŒž

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  7. Thank you Steve ๐Ÿ˜ I’m stuck with month end, kind of busy lately . I’ll be back reading and commenting from Tuesday,๐Ÿค“. how is your health? Hope all is well? Take care and enjoy the weekend …

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