What Is Worst? - Poem by Ameera Aidrus
Physical harm effect superficial look while mental takes away life’s delight,
I ask what is worst? Is that a curable material or a material eternally without light?
Physical destruction could be cured in hours, days, weeks or in years,
While mental chase till death afflicting the life of loneliness and fears
Man feels he could bear, but his mind and spirit does not assist,
What is a man; devoid of the aid of his own being persist?
A skinned knee or an arm has a therapy of illness,
But once the heart is out of order, life have no remedy for any sickness.
A brain occupied of perplexity and riot leaves a spirit frustrated,
Mentally anxious mind and a heart pierced by the words that aggravated.
Apology may heal the mentally caused harm to some extent,
But could certainly not get flipside to the condition of their prior time that went
The words would smash up a man exclusively, so I say
Imagine for an instant before you unkindly verbalize or betray
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