Tests And Trials - Poem by Camilla Fodgaard
My life is full of tests and trials
can I overcome them?
Are they just feelings I don't own,
and therefore do I not have the ability to desecrate them?
Make them vanish?
The tests and trials
are they even real,
or are they just fragments of my mind,
conflicts of my soul,
consequences of my being?
Are there any tests to do right
trials to live through?
The nightmare becomes reality,
and the reality transforms into mere fantasy.
The health of the balance in my life is tormented,
though I know it is supposed to be a remedy for the life I bear behind the mask of pain and suffering.
Pain and suffering as a result from the tests and trials I succeed in,
though the question I have for their existence or non-existence is lasting.
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