Richard Masters


Tears of Strength


Tears of pain can be like rain,
Falling from your eyes,
The tears that surge from in your heart
Is like water from the skies.
Watering the plants and seeds,
Quenching the very need,
To turn into a beautiful flower,
A small and fruitful seed.
You are a very special person,
Please keep that thought in mind,
Then you will move ahead with power
And leave the pain behind.
But if for now you have to cry,
Don’t think that something’s wrong,
For the tears you cry today my friend,
Tomorrow makes you strong.

Submitted: Sunday, November 17, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013
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