I Will Win Because I Can Still Cry - Poem by Anwer Ghani
I'm weak but I can still cry so I will win.O devil, break me; cut my weak body by your black desire, but believe me I will win because I can still cry. Here, in my chest, a treasure of sorrow, so you can kill me daily but I will win because I will I will cry. And I'm glad I'm sad and I am crying. Yes, in my sorrow is my victory. You can destroy my buildings; you can kill my innocents, and you can steal my smiles, but you are a loser, always a loser because I will be sad about my buildings, my innocents and my smiles. I will remain sad until I rebuild my destroyed buildings, until my innocents forgive me and until my smiles fill my universe. Yes, I will be sad till all humanity say to you: go away from our lit garden; O devil embodiment; go to your dark corners. Yes, demonization, you are always a loser because I can cry, I can be sad, and my victory is in my crying for my innocents.
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