The Unsavable Sorrow Poem by Ririn Andini

The Unsavable Sorrow

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This hopeless inside of the empty heart;
Torture, broken, sinking down through the time;
Started to fly off to hell's gate toward;
Felt tired seeing bitter yelling sometime.

Looking for suitable place with tired smile;
The lonely gazed, look at the guardian;
Shaking, ran, crawled, through the darkness pile;
Silent took sadness insignificant.

But people couldn't see the tears pieces;
Tearing weak chest with the smallness cared;
Teardrops drifted away only to flies;
And jumped from another and disappeared.

While Somebody started to bothering;
While the broken has already dying.

The Unsavable Sorrow
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This poem is about somebody who is in deep depression, full of sorrow and sadness. The poem describe how they hard to manage their depression and then looking for a shortcut but failed and get bad things from it and started to run away from what they have done. They asking for anyone else to help them but no one save them and no one think that they are seriously need help. And when that 'anyone else's realized that these people who need a hand in their life are in serious problem and this 'anyone else's trying to save them, they have been already gone from this world.
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