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Through Their Eyes

  1. Seriina profile image60
    Seriinaposted 7 years ago

    I can live with my tears
    I can live with my sorrow
    I can live with my fears
    And hope well for tomorrow


    I can live with my sin
    And the hurt that remains
    I can live with my grief
    And prepare for the pain


    I can live with happiness
    That has been made of me
    And for the joyous fate
    Right there in front of me

    But as I watch their eyes
    And see their cracked faces
    And the tears that they cry
    Their blood leaves no traces

    I can’t live with their sadness
    I can’t mourn for their sorrow
    I can’t live with their gladness
    Or their hope for tomorrow

    I can’t stand in their shoes
    I can’t feel their shame
    I can’t close up their wounds
    And heal their pain


    But I can give them my heart
    And all that’s within
    I can give them the love
    That God told me to give

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      ashbkposted 7 years ago in reply to this
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      Sunny Baldwinposted 7 years ago in reply to this

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        Sunny Baldwinposted 7 years ago in reply to this

           a poem worthy of being called great. Beautifully done. Will look for you in the future.

    3. Lady_E profile image82
      Lady_Eposted 7 years ago

      Mmmmh. Thanks for sharing.

    4. SwiftlyClean profile image34
      SwiftlyCleanposted 7 years ago

      Beautiful,Thanks

    5. Sybil Marie profile image81
      Sybil Marieposted 7 years ago

      Very nice Serina

    6. bpo-outsourcing profile image60
      bpo-outsourcingposted 7 years ago

      It is great..a Simple poem that could touch eveyone who read it..Simple but brings meaning to me..It is beautiful!..keep on doing like this.

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      EYES CHAMbERSposted 7 years ago

      Read Kahlil Gibrans "On Children"!

    8. Seriina profile image60
      Seriinaposted 7 years ago

      Thank you, friends! Im sorry it took me so long to reply. I was out of town:) Im glad you like this! Its a serious subject I hope to help stop one day.

     
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