charlie bones

(24th April 1997 / England)

circle of my life


First comes no job,
Second comes your love,
Second comes your engagement,
Third comes me sitting on the pavement,
Fourth comes tears, filled with pain,
Fifth comes mum's pain again,
Sixth comes me listening to her cry,
Seventh comes the heartache that I keep inside,
Eighth comes explosion from built up emotions,
Ninth comes me crying in my sleep,
Tenth comes her not wanting to live anymore,
Eleventh comes me sitting with her on the floor,
Twelfth comes healing the scars created by you,
Thirteenth comes a stronger relationship for me and her,
Fourteenth comes perfect times,
Fifteenth comes me and mum's love,
Sixteenth comes and the circle starts again,

Submitted: Friday, February 08, 2013

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  • Gajanan Mishra (2/8/2013 6:20:00 AM)

    Sixteen arts or qualities are here in a life. good one. thanks.
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