960: An Innocent Soul - Poem by Amit Biswas
Pain personified she has been,
Pleasure nor comfort she’d ever seen,
She never clamored for an amour,
Being a victim she lost her armor.
Sought dad’s support to rid herself,
Ruling supreme was only confusion
Pulled out of the process midway,
Lost a dear to her own uncertainty.
Then she turned to the anonymous net,
There was one simpleton among people she met,
Could not share her owes, she’d never done,
Died in shame, lest it is taken as fun.
Empathy she realized, seeing him in pain,
Could bare herself all after a confidence gain,
One big step was to bare herself to her mom,
Received support from what she thought was
of the weakest form.
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