Dried Tears & Hardened Heart
Lost in this maniacal world,
With a sweet burden called family,
Just a little one to call 'Mama',
'She' is lost and is with no hold.
Spouse lost in his own glory,
Mourning for the ditched love,
Uncaring for the crying son,
Preoccupied on an unknown 'Jamboree'.
With no heart to leave and no pain to give,
Living with an emotionless hub,
Who doesn't share the tears nor wipe them,
Her life is on a deep dive.
No family shoulders to rest on,
Coz mom isn't this girl's best friend,
Seems everyone want to assault her at her back,
She has become strong with the softness gone.
Never had she introduced us to her sad story,
Never had she cried so miserably,
Never had she wanted to show us her despair,
But she lives in a world full of mysterious plots.
Intrigued by her cheerful laughs,
Surprised by her partying moods,
I guess these are the ways to supplement,
Her irritation that was never her flaw.
Hope she finds a way to end this misery,
And let God help to change her destiny,
It hurts when someone close suffers so much, and,
Helpless as we can't change her life,but, of course,
We can stand for her and give her joy and cheer.
------- Author's Notes -------
I do know there are different kinds of people in this world who have no reason to inflict pain on others.Life is short and there is no time to hate or be harsh to close ties but to forget and forgive and keep falling in love.I hope people change and understand the importance of living.
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