hazem al jaber

Rookie - 104 Points (21 may 1965 / kuwait)

Is That My Fate And My Anxiety... - Poem by hazem al jaber

is it my worry or its my fate...

been patient all my life...
even the patient got bored of me...
cried till the tears got over..
and my eyes dried up...

cried and called out...
oh night, oh night...
is it my worry or its my fate...

how many dreams been destroyed...
destroyed inside me...
and how many wishes...
wishes i wished and been vanished...
and sit alone with my sadness...

cried and called out...
oh night, oh night...
is it my worry or its my fate...

burned me my thoughts...
burned me my sadness...
and made me dance on a fire...
as i am dancing on a lava...
till it destroyed me..
and been forgotten...

cried and called out...
oh night, oh night...
is it my worry or its my fate...

all my life been the sweetheart for you...
and been the good heart for you...
sacrificed myself to you...
gave all what i had...
created to you an excuses...
and forgave you for all what you did...
just to make you happy...
to give you the happiness...
to be always near you...

cried and called out...
oh night, oh night...
is it my worry or its my fate...

here i am asking you again...
please just let me know...
cried and called out...
oh night, oh night...
is it my worry or its my fate...

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, March 1, 2007

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 25, 2011


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