In Woes - Poem by Sossi Khachadourian
Surrounded by havens dreary dirges, I cry,
Yet, this time won't hide, ruined is my heart,
Evaporated all my sweet desires,
Cradling upon blooded wounds of mine, my loved ones,
Once, the time, with its feet is passing upon my wounds humbling by,
Once, the ones, those who were my dearest, with smiling faces shaking their hands and passing by,
Far away in pain my eyes are crying woes
Insatiable, haters revive from my pain,
Pale, feeble, ah shivery heart of mine,
Your pain has became, your lovers hearts happy companion,
At the extreme corner of loneliness I'm broken,
Solitude was my peaceful home, since long whiles,
But the peace has gone away of my life and mortality covered all around,
Yet, this time I don't want to hide my woes,
My tears are moaing alone misty are constancy roads
Inside my heart storms are howling by
Where can I go to whom I can tell my woes
No one can cease my pain now
No one is so dear when you're broken alone
People are selfish
Innoceny has deserted our world
People can see what is good for them to see
No one takes a bit while even for looking if the wounded one is dead or still alive
May she's in need of a smile
Alas, what is wrong with life?
Is it about life all people are changed?
Ah pities are dead
Around me people wearing colored masks
Fake are their smiles
The greed and selfishness have stolen their hearts
With their limited, minds they're happy for what they are?
Liars pray happily inside their temples
They thank their God for being deprived from having a heart!
But their God is their dead pities which is the slave of devil,
Oh poor ones, how can you create a God for your own sakes,
Just to serve your nasty purposes!
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