IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

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Distance


In this life full of hypocrisy
Fresh threat on innocent souls by happiness killers
It is obviously very odd to find peace
And everlasting happiness
How long has it been
Since I let myself feel so useless?
It beats me up inside
And terribly hurts
I should have known my worth
I wish I could have seen it coming
The terrible ache in my head
The unbearable pain in my heart
The confusion in my mind
The searing agony in my eyes
Was all his entire fault
What he did was unforgivable?
Not a very long time ago
The happiness killer broke my heart
And left me with nothing but pain

The real smell of the truth is hidden
Distance was just an excuse
I don’t believe Long distance
Distracted our love and happiness
He could have done something
Could have tried to get the sh*t together
I haven’t been able to for a longtime
To understand what his mission in ousting me was

Submitted: Friday, November 01, 2013
Edited: Saturday, November 02, 2013

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