Mustafa Mun


Anger in pain


Anger in Pain

Lying down on the street
Or crying down on the stairs
Weather you are bleeding in Pain
Or dying in pain
You are almost left in vain

Blood pushes up
Gushes hard
Towards the heart
Towards the mind and body
Killing the soul

Making Purity so impure
Making you visibly blind
Sounds heard bout not listened
Words spoken but makes no sense
Just acts like arrows, piercing hearts

Never has this emotion let anyone
Forget or Forgive
Few do succeed
We call them heroes

We see that flower bloom
Yet we stay in gloom
Realizing yet remaining unrealized
Being totally unaccomplished
While accomplishing the emptiness

Its not as complicated to get out of it
All it takes is a bit of endurance
An effort to resist and sustain
To feel the pain and yet gain
To yet walk and smile in the Rain

Submitted: Monday, September 14, 2009

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