Davina Teeling

Rookie - 26 Points (12/01/1993 / Poland)

Tears - Poem by Davina Teeling

When your heart is turning to ice, put it in the fire. Let it melt away your hate and pain. Let the fire over come the vein. Remove the heatbreak, the tears you've cryed, the sorrow that you have felt. Bring in the happiness that your due to feel. Take away the ice that covers your heart. Fill in the cold, lifeless heart with the fire that burns within. Your eyes are begining to look empty now. Let the sun shine on them rainy days. The days when you can't find any where dry to sit. So you'll sit in the rain crying, hoping no one can see your tears that you've begun to shed. You tears don't deserve to be tears of pain. They deserve to be tears of happiness. You deserve to be happy.

Poet's Notes about The Poem

This is to my husband when he was haveing a hard time. I wrote this out of hopingness, that he would see he deserves better then the pain he has been delt. It worked, and he now crys tears of joy.

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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 18, 2012

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