Pearl kashish

Is Trusting Someone That Much Painful? - Poem by Pearl kashish

</>millions of words, without any meaning
carried me far away without any reason
some words missed their way,
some words were lost,
reasons were unturned
meanings were unexplained
someone played some game
I was not knowing
Today sudden fall to ground
Dashed me and my life
Where is that justice of GOD
Where is that supreme eye
I always trusted that
Looking for help
Every second was asking for guidance
I shared my each thought
That feel was also shared
Now nowhere to go
Now nowhere to stand
My trust is lost in time n its game
I hv broken down to every extreme
My duties are lying in front of me
But I don’t hv guts to accept
I don’t hv guts to move
I feel this is not right
Every time I hold myself so tight
I know I m spoiling myself
I know I m deteriorating my life
I know I m dying
I know I m dying every moment
I know I m dying every moment
Cant say; let it go
Cant say; pay attention low
Sm wrds are left with me
Sm questions lies with me
I need answers for them
Whom to approach
Whm to ask
What is life
Who am I
Pains are left with me, but why
I was not supposed to bear
I was not culprit
Who will come to save me?
Who will come to save me?
Who will come for my revival? ?
How will I forget my past, is trusting someone that much painful?

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Comments about Is Trusting Someone That Much Painful? by Pearl kashish

  • Jazib Kamalvi (11/30/2017 3:32:00 AM)

    A sublime start with a nice poem, Pearl. You may like to read my poem, Love And Lust. Thank you. (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 23, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 9, 2011

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