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Dry Tears

Updated on October 23, 2015

Dry tears

Yet wetness in heart

Invisble to everyone

yet aches hard

Sign of unenviable sufferance

Yet fragile start

Who can see

A soar tart

No harsh words

Yet loudest cries

Wounds so deep

Trauma so high

Who can see

Blank stare of standstill eyes

Dare to face truth

In the whirlpool of lies

Courage is not common

Among weak cognitive state

Torment is absolute

Yet one is resolute

When dry tears shed

Meant to break the ties

None can judge

Yet long alliance dies

None can listen

Yet they say good bye

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      Richa 23 months ago

      Thanks Larry :)

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      Richa 23 months ago

      Hello Max, Hope you are great, Thanks a lot dear for the appreciation :)

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      Richa 23 months ago

      Thanks BlossomSB for liking my poem:)

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      Richa 23 months ago

      Yeah dear pain is too deep but always temporary if one is determined to move on :)

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      Richa 23 months ago

      Thank Dear for the appreciation :)

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      Larry Rankin 23 months ago from Oklahoma

      Beautifully done!

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      Max Havlick 23 months ago from Villa Park, Illinois

      Nice poem, and a beautifully done photograph.

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      Bronwen Scott-Branagan 23 months ago from Victoria, Australia

      Very expressive poem portraying depth of emotion. Love the image, too.

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      Dana Tate 23 months ago from LOS ANGELES

      I loved it. Sometimes are pain is too deep.

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      Laurel Johnson 23 months ago from Washington KS

      The picture you chose for your poem is perfect. Your words present sorrow so simply but eloquently. Well done.