Get Up, Try And Run Poem by clawdea benat

Get Up, Try And Run



I rarely come out from my closet
Would it took this far that it would heated?
My eyes were already crippled
Taken and unknown creatures has been living in here

At the edge, my eyes are now invisible
The warm soul has been dreaded a long time ago
This eyes that was given has been replaced
Although the insanity and desperation remained

I wanted to reach the edge of Atlantic Ocean
Even though it is too impossible to crossed it
I had only wanted to feel that fears can break
So the sorrow will disappear

As I am leaning in a mango tree sitting down
I suddenly touch the door to truth
That’s when I realize then
My whole humanity is blurry

But even if I’ve been damage in this life
My God, my Father never stops talking to me
Telling me to stand up and
I am here always never giving up

Sunday, October 11, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: hope
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
‘’I believe that God can takes away our burden
I believe that he is the savior who can do miracle to us, and if you also believe that God can saves you He will”
COMMENTS OF THE POEM
M Asim Nehal 14 October 2015

Inspiring poem............Loved it...

1 0 Reply
Claudge Ben-at 26 October 2015

Thank you so much for appreciating...

0 0 Reply
READ THIS POEM IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Close
Error Success