Rayan Ali

Rookie (22 June-1996 / Murree-Pakistan)

And It Said It All


Words can never express feelings
Neither can a look on one’s face
The ways we’ve always walked upon
Feel like the ones of our own
And the ones closest to us
Sometimes are there but
Just to fade away
Our thoughts combine with those
Blurry questions roaming in our mind
Our dreams and desires break down
From that one chain they clung to
They may say they need us
But their dark side is which
We may never see
Tears fall on the fire
Blazing from our hearts
And the ever-lasting light
That bounces into our eyes
We loose the key to the cage
In which our soul is hidden
Which may not make us more
Capable of anything we’ve already gained
One light breathe of burden
We feel on our skin
And imagine the dead speaking
The visions of unspeakable words
And the words of fear
But when no one could speak
Our lives said it all.











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Submitted: Friday, September 25, 2009
Edited: Friday, September 25, 2009
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