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Silent Tear

Shattered by a dreamless world of fear 
Wounded yet she gave birth to a silent tear 
Others hope this night would turn into day 
While others find it amusing in their own way 

The core of an inner child suffered 
And looking dimly he wondered 
To find the answers to a tormented world 
To wish to find again his place of birth 

He was left not cared by those who flee 
His heart has been torn brutally 
How this child's life was taken carelessly 
And now it is us who suffer mysteriously 

Though it might have been a world of darkness 
And a world of nothing but disgrace 
The child's inner core was left as a memory 
But to the others it continued as a mystery

--2007--

Copyright © Sarah Jabri | Year Posted 2017

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  1. Date: 9/7/2017 12:45:00 AM

    I had a dream about you last night! How are you dear? :-)
  1. Date: 7/18/2017 3:38:00 PM

    Deep and sad poem, could feel your emotions in your words..

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