Tears: Impact of Emotions

 

 

 

Emotional tears that appear in response to feelings of sadness, stress, joy & extreme emotion. These tears carry more protein – based hormones than basal or irritant tears & help to cleanse our body of the chemical side effects of pent up emotion…. (Inputs from the web).

 

Tears are our best friends …when we are in pain…they choose to flow and our strong emotions navigate in open, unable to hold & relieves our stress; likewise in the moments of bliss, it outpours.

The best companion of a person, it enjoys your companionship and navigate along in the boat of your life accompanying you in trying times as well in happiness. A perfect companion of man, overflowing and outpouring our emotions held within. However hard you try to hold, it can’t be held for long, at times it is beyond control.

Generally we associate tears with unhappiness or sorrows… feel them in both the instances and you will come to the conclusion, there is a vast difference. The people who haven’t savoured the tears under the impact of bliss will fail to understand my words, and may think I have gone insane.

You might have watched,

Beauty pageants in tears while getting crowned on the stage, she cries out in happiness.

Cricketers basking in glory of victory and hugging in tears.

Nowadays, off and on, you will find the participants on different shows telecast in tears of victory.

Tears of happiness are difficult to roll out though at slight pretext of hurt, you can be in tears.

These tears vent out our emotions in all extremities…..in love, in pain. in joy, in separation….it is more noticed in the pangs of sufferings but feel in the moments of extreme happiness or in love of your beloved…beloved can be your love of life, your idol, or can be anyone whom you dote.

I am good in bursting out in tears though now I am learning to hold & only show them to those who matters in my life. Actually, I am an emotional fool, I connect with people easily and start nurturing dreams of emotions, passions, love and all positive ones. All can’t be caring up to your expectations and I do get hurt in the process and it trickles down my cheeks.

Many say woman cry easily and fool around complementing women’s tear as crocodile tear.

Crocodile tears are aired on the daily soaps of television shows…hahahaha…I added in to make you laugh. You might have felt too emotional to handle further.

It’s true that woman choose to cry out and men hold with them. These days, men too are easy with tears.

I have experienced tears of joy and it was magical, I must say. I cried out for hours when my kids got placement. Many were bewildered to find me crying and numerous queries followed…

“Why are you crying, it is a moment of celebration?” My maid asked in amazement.

I couldn’t say anything just curved my lips in smiles and tears of bliss rolled down wetting my cheeks and I did not hold them, I let them flow. Truly it was a bliss.

Many times, listening to the favourite rhythms of music moves me into tears…and it rolls down.

It’s easy to experience tears in shock but difficult to experience in the joyous moments…I have experienced them in the moments of bliss.

Tears will shock you and rock you too.

It’s my take, what you say?

A little Poem on Tears

I CRIED,

YES I DID;

MY TEARS

ROLLING DOWN YOUR CHEEKS;

IT IS A WONDERFUL FEELING;

FEELING OF JOY;

FEELING OF LOVE;

FEELING OF PAIN;

PAIN IN LOVE

IN SEPARATION IN LIFE

IT IS THE ABSOLUTE SYNTAX OF MY FEELINGS

MY PERFECTIONS

THE ECSTASY IN PAIN & JOY!!!

By Ila Varma

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. upasna1987 says:

    My Mother is same, her tears just need a small push and they are out. Be it a movie, our accomplishments, our stay away from home, our comeback, her grandchild falling and hurting- she cries. I am emotional too but little less than her.

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