Maha Moustafa

Rookie (12-4-1995 / Alexandria, Egypt)

New Moon Scene! - Poem by Maha Moustafa

Now, I knew why Bella did ridiculous things just to listen to Edward’s voice, she was ready to die and preferred this on living without him….It just feels this way when you live but no longer living, when the one you rely on makes you confused and when it feels safe just knowing they would be there anytime for us but once you need a heart to fix your own because it was broken by mistake or on purpose. Every single thought and memory, all agree on popping up to your mind at the exact same time, at the exact time when you need to be strong and hold yourself, but then you cannot stand them and at last, we break down. How could a person survive normally? When we say we will stay alone forever, you just receive an in boxed love present filled with tears. Tears, insomnia, dark nights and broken hearts, are all love side effects. If you need strength to stand them alone, then why do we even seek love in our lives, a shoulder to cry on and a shell to keep our hearts and secrets safe from this world.
Time heals almost everything, but time itself needs the time we need to be curing in the most. It just feels weird sailing on love boat when emergency alarm stars but you realize you forgot your safety instructions and you are now alone standing on the edge of life, you try to think fast but your mind is frozen, you need to die now! It is way better than living in pain even for a second. It is confusing to know that you were living in the most beautiful dream and you wake up to find honey, a broken person, it is you. It has been a while since you believed you were on the right road, but you have just been told that you were over estimating things, but they were not really going the way you drew in your imagination

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 10, 2010

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