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Read Poems by Margaret Kline

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Invisible Tears

We all cry 
Cry about life 
About love 
and about fame 
But when we finish 
All the tears will go dry 

Dry enough not to see them 
As if they were not there 
Dry enough to be invisible 
Dry enough to not mean anything at all 

When we hurt 
We cry 
When we are happy 
We cry 
But when we hurt too much 
You can't Cry 
All those tears are dry 

Dry enough not to see them 
as if they were not really there 
dry enough to be invisible 
dry enough not to mean anything at all 

Dont hurt someone so much 
that they cant cry 
because they wont feel anything 
to anyone, to anything 
their tears will be dry 

Dry enough not to see them 
as if they were not really there 
dry enough to be invisible 
dry enough not to mean anything at all 

Tears do become invisible
Just like hurt and happiness

Copyright © Margaret Kline | Year Posted 2014


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  1. Date: 1/28/2016 12:07:00 PM

    Hi Margaret enjoyed reading your poem, Please keep writing and sharing your poetry. XOX -- LINDA --
  1. Date: 9/9/2015 3:15:00 PM

    MARGARET, thank you for sharing. A pleasure to read... SKAT