Syed Anas Hussaini

Oh Please, Let Me. - Poem by Syed Anas Hussaini

Oh please, let me feel some pain.
Let we live within the dreadful fain.
Let me bleed, I fear i may get drought.
Oh please, let me dream of the wars I fought.
Let me drop some tears, I've been holding in my eyes.                               
Let me get drowned in the compulsion of those lies.     
Oh please, let me hide my self under the sorrows.    
Let me walk pridely towards my waiting gallows.
Let me breath among the unlaws.
Let me see all of my unsaid flaws.
Let me cover myself under the shaded sun.
Oh please, let me live alone with myself.
I am tired of pretending to scramble for help.   
I am tired of being strong in the storm.
Let me fly away from this torture to which I am firm. 
Oh please, let me feel human again.
Let me take a leap, I got nothing to gain.
Let me see what I have been ignoring.
Let me slay the fear which I've been fearing.
Oh please, just tell me, would you let me flee.
Would you cut my chains and set me free.
Would you love me like you did, after seeing my daemons.
Would you wait for me to be human again, till comes season.
Would you stare in my eyes fiercely.
Or would you shut them down precisely.
Oh please, stay away from me.
I am what you never wanna see.
I have turned into somebody you can't stand.
I belong to no where, I am from no land.
I am from the place where death breathe.
Where there is death in the sun, were havens seethe.

Topic(s) of this poem: sadness, stress

Form: Sonnet

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Poem Edited: Thursday, August 27, 2015

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