Sanya Zahid


An unexpected betrayal


Today, my eyes are filled,
I can’t breathe, my feelings are killed
I don’t shed a tear but my tears shed me
I went ahead but then m y heart froze,
My eyes are held that pound,
Took a step back but then nothing was found
I cried out loud but still there was a silence
I persistent that pain and was carried out in violence
I wish we could clear this now,
I just can’t,
I know I’ll miss, all this
Everything is gone,
My heart is empty, my moral fiber is gone
I’m sure that I’ll regret this later but I can’t let this go on
You’re not a memory, not even a dream
My heart is now as hard as emery
I want to scream
I thought my good weren’t enough
And I believe, I should stop
My core of mind, didn’t let you go
Had its own true sight
But for my eyes it was too bright
It was too far to be found
or too close to see
I couldn’t get that sound or it wasn’t enough good for me……. It wasn’t enough!

Submitted: Saturday, September 26, 2009
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