Sossi Khachadourian


The Life Through The Dark Poem by Sossi Khachadourian


Through the darkest dark there's anoter life Through a dark frozen life Through a long snowy night Through a chilly mourning winter day I wake up again and I admire Still I can shake my hands Oh i'm still alive Still things around me somehow survive! Although everyone fell slave to their greeds Although everyone have changed their faces Alas how it hurts me inside When I see pities of people around have got suicide And this fact hurts me the most Even more than the miserable war Cuts me like a sharp sword to a million parts How admiring that there is a different life through the dark And how many painful facts come to light through the dark Like an unexceptable sharp slap There's a different life in the dark Things I can see more clear than I used to see them through the light Never knew that there are facts can't be hidden even when its darkest dark Yet how strange that there are things in the life absolutely can't be seen through the light!

Submitted: Thursday, January 10, 2013
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