Frames Of Feelings - Poem by suhana lulu
When ‘m joyful, I can hear
and uncaring wide smiles
Regardless of the shape of the lips
or color of the teeth or the custom of the society, so and so..
When ‘m down with agony, I can see
swollen tired eyes with pretty lashes stick together,
swamping from time to time
regardless of the beauty of eyes..
And then what makes things worse is the re-winding
Rewinding to infuriating to humiliating to a loud scream,
when ‘m down, done.
And just go with it, when ‘m up.
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