Treasure Island

sreelekha premjit

(26-12-73 / india)

its sad but true


Its sad but true
that i hurt you again
but to hurt vents the anguish
from the anger will rise a spark
its sad but true
that i see no other way
but to hurt to awaken the spirit
from the pain shall rise a flame
its sad but true
that i hurt to be hurt again
but to hurt is what i hate
from hurt to hurt i go.

Submitted: Monday, September 10, 2012
Edited: Monday, September 10, 2012

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  • Thomas A Robinson (9/10/2012 10:46:00 AM)

    you have learned a great srcret of life

    turn pain to pleasure.

    if you do this you can overcome all.
    There is alway pain, an inexhaustible fuel supply
    take this pain, mental or physical, and turn on it
    Make you the master of it. It will cower before you.
    If you become it's master yoi control all (Report) Reply

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