Lost, Not Anymore - Poem by manar mostafa
I'm scared, I'm lost, I'm confused
trying to figure out what I'm supposed to do
walking among the crowds, my head goes right to left
looking for that person who hasn't gone or left
I need him so much to tell me who I am
to point to the way or just give me a hand
a compass I can use, it's inside my heart
I shall listen to its beats and see the north in my eyes
now I feel a breeze making my cheeks cold
continues to reach my ears and makes my hair floats
Is it knowledge I can taste, so sweet so warm?
or is it me dreaming and nothing has happened at all?
I Pinch myself and tell it it's true like you
no more doubts, you know what to do
follow your heart, trust your instinct
this is who you are, don't have a think.
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