Treasure Island

Hana Ali


Feeling Sorry for someone


I feel sorry for you
that kind of sorry where nothing
is left to say to that someone,
but you still keep trying.

I feel sorry for what that somebody
went through, but inside they don't
feel sorry one bit for there selfs,
they look in the miror and they know that they should feel sorry

But nothing stops they are brave and strong
nothing can stop them from acheving anything
so don't feel sorry for me do understand
I don't feel sorry for myself and nor should you
feel sorry for me

I am happy and alive and if I set my mind
to something I would stop till I get it do
get it so when I look in the miror
I don't see myself I see someone else

Now don't you dare tell me I feel sorry
for you because you know the answer.

Submitted: Saturday, June 02, 2012
Edited: Saturday, June 02, 2012

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