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I’d cry

I would cry on your shoulder if you hug me right now,

I’ll smile in front even when I ain’t sober.

Every raindrop in my land exhibits power,

To some, I am a user, I come and destruct.

I am fine with the happenings around my castle,

Cause inside me are wars occurring.

Screaming inside, here to the gazillion times I’ve to breathe.

Sharing myself with the world, I am there’s before mine,

To the depth, you reach you’ll see no joy.

Once you hold me tight, I know I’d cry,

On the things that I say doesn’t matter,

there is a human who’s dying inside.

-Riya Shah

By Ray

POET| CONTENT WRITER| BLOGGER

7 replies on “I’d cry”

Overwhelmed! Thank you so much, sir. ❤ Every word of yours made me smile. Receiving compliments from such great writers is like a dream itself. Thank you, John, for sharing my poetries on your page. I am grateful for that.

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I concurred with johncoyote on his page and commented:

You know I can relate to these words.
Thank you for sharing them with me (us) Le Monde
Cheers,
Lance
P.S. The perfectly apropos photos are, as I am sometimes wont to say in my own posts, “Added Value.”
“To some, I am a user, I come and destruct.
I am fine with the happenings around my castle,
Cause inside me are wars occurring.
Screaming inside, here to the gazillion times I’ve to breathe.
Sharing myself with the world, I am there’s before mine,”

Brilliant work Ray.
And thank you John for introducing me to yet another quality writer.

This Sunday is turning out to be enriching for me.
Thanks to you both.
Cheers

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