Hindy Nobody

Rookie (25/09/1989 / Saudi Arabia)

Committing A Terrible Crime - Poem by Hindy Nobody

Deep in my heart;
So full of wonders,
Misery, loneliness and sadness,
Bliss, cheerfulness and calmness,
All feelings mixed together;
Never separating, but
Always buried deep within
Crystal tears,
Peach coloured cheeks,
Lonely and sad brown eyes,
Beautiful trembling lips;
Sniffling through the darkness.
All secrets are buried deep within
Never revealing but
Locked up, imprisoned in
The outer shell of flesh and bones
My heart aches,
It cannot hold it anymore
Feeling the coldness of the bare floor
All empty and alone
No one’s here,
Nobody cares,
Slowly, slowly the pained eyes begin to close
Those beautiful peach coloured cheeks
Soon fade away
I breathe my last rasping breath
All alone and so lonely
I die still locked in my cage
No peace, no smiles, no bliss
Nothing at all, but
Imprisoned behind these bars,
Of my mind and body
For committing a terrible crime…
Unintended.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 8, 2007

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011


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