Treasure Island

Seinu Abdulgafar


Tears Flow


Tears tear you not apart
Tears are to tear
The thing tearing you apart
Rock even tears for water to flow
Let the tears flow
Pretend to yourself
And deceive the world
With the strength of your words
And your all-is-well face
How can your heart bleeds and your eyes shed no tears?
Is this what the world called strength?
For years you said you are strong
And yet fragile you are inside
Weak hearts shed no tears
But strong hearts sometimes shed tears
When preacher preaches tears flow
When repenting tears flow
When beloved dies tears flow
When feeling suffering for others tears flow
When strength is needed tears flow
Tears are for strength for the strong

Submitted: Wednesday, August 20, 2014

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