NITYA MORE


My hurt side


This moment I am sad
And can't even utter a word.
S o people think and say am bad.
And the worst is I have heard.

I want to cry,
but stop it with a try.
Coz I don't want to show I am hurt;
to people who have hearts filled with dirt.

They can't be gods, they don't seem to be humans
They don't seem anything expect mutants
Who can take your lively and happiness.
And make your life for you a painful mess.

I want to get away from this pleasant world
To a place where everything is beautiful, crazy & swirled
Tears rule over me.
Sad is what I always be.

My dark side tells me to speak all the troubles in my life;
but a part of mine doesn't want me to be the topic rife.
I want to be calm but they want me to smile,
Can't I be what I want to, for just a while.

This moment am sad
And can't even utter a word.
Those who want to know what I think
Can read this and in my emotions you too can sink.

This moment I am sad,
And even utter a word.
So people think and say am bad,
And the worst is I have heard.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 07, 2012

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