IBRAHIM SUMAYYA

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Life is a sad tale


By Ibrahim Sumayya





Life is a sad tale



The storm clouds
look so strange
No chance of the sun shining through them
The world mists over
The greatest thing in human kind
Understanding how someone feels
perceiving someone in the best way to make he/she feel secure
But life has an infinite capacity
for taking things for granted
When we are young
We believe everything we are told
Where is my happily ever after?
There is no point in crying
I turn and disappear into thin air
Lying on the yard with unspeakable pain
Can't unlock this terrible feeling
But have the right key

Submitted: Saturday, December 21, 2013
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