The Same Routine

The same routine

Nine to five

Working like robots

Without looking up

Never once looking out of the window

Collecting material items

Never asking why

Never thinking what more is out there

“The Same Routine” is a poem I recently wrote that was inspired by The Little Prince. I’m not sure if you guys are familiar or not with this book. But it’s a book that I hold very near and dear to my heart. This book is something I read when I was younger. A young teenager actually. And it really made an impact on me.

For those of you who are not familiar with The Little Prince, the book is pretty much about a “little prince.” It goes on to describe his experiences and we as the reader are able to view the world through his eyes. The story is also about the relationship the little prince has with his rose. As the reader we are able to learn more about true love and not taking it for granted. As well as respecting a partners boundaries in relationships. It also shows us how as adults we often lose sight of what is important to us. And our lives often lose balance because we fixate on only one thing. Be it work, money or whatever.

That is the part that really struck me because I see that myself. I see adults who have given up on truly living so often. And it’s heartbreaking. Yet there seems to be no escape. As we age, we let go of certain parts of ourselves.

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27 thoughts on “The Same Routine

  1. “The same nine to five,
    While in the morning the sun always rise
    And in platforms the train always arrive
    Without having to look up i’ve come to realize
    When nature and technology portray better meanings to life
    What have we lost in the midst of life?
    The meaning of life.”

    An inspiration from you, a continuation of yours if you find it worthy of. Have a good day ☺️

  2. We build these protective walls around us transfixing a routine and abiding by it. Sooner or later these high walls shall suffocate us to mental outburst.

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