Meaningless 2 - Poem by Lubna Hazeem
You watched her go
You didn't need to know
How far she'd travel on her own
How hard she'd reach for her home
You spend your whole life in this world
Trying to figure out what you're worth
Looking for the simplest of answers
You just want to settle for a word.
You've tried to fight as much as you could
You've tried to seek what's beyond the wood
As meaningful as it was, it done you no good
Your heart just didn't mend the way it should
Meaningless, you say you'd give up the search
No use of dwelling in this meaningless earth
Meaningless, my love would be put to waste
If seperated from your doubtful place.........
So question us all, let the wise men see
Open your heart up, won't you believe?
Meaningless, my love would be on this earth
If it were for the better, but never for the worse
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