kay j sparkz

Rookie (05-11-1985 / kuala lumpur)

The Unseen


There are many things we see,
There many thingz we don't,
What we see,
Aren't alwayz what they are,
What we don't,
Aren't alwayz gone.


In good times,
We stop looking,
But come bad times,
We start searching,
Looking for a way out of darkness,
Looking for hand 2 pull us up,
Looking for the strength to fight,
Yet,
What we see,
Dun alwayz shine that light,
Dun alwayz pull us up,
Dun alwayz give us the strength.

Then,
Out of the blind spot of our eyes,
Comez that hand,
Comez that light,
Comez that strength,
At that point,
We realize the limit of our visual field,
And wonder why we didn't see it.

I guess we c,
What we wanna c,
We belive,
What we wanna belive,
But nothing is ever what they seem,
B'coz sometimes,
Darkness could be the brightest light,
Silence could be the greatest music,
Weakness could be the greatest strength,
For sometimes,
The unseen could be the greatest sight

Submitted: Friday, March 27, 2009

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Comments about this poem (The Unseen by kay j sparkz )

  • Rookie Jyoti Joseph (4/1/2009 10:07:00 AM)

    i fully agree with fakduh al-hajjaj...
    please use full words (Report) Reply

  • Rookie d arm (3/29/2009 11:42:00 AM)

    again intresting yet i have ocd so please forgive me if this offend you,
    but instead of using z's and c's in places where full words should be however if there is a subject which requires the letters to be used by all use them but try to keep them whole words.. (Report) Reply

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