Poem: State of Mind

Daily routine,
Tired of everyday’s life,
When reading the Holy Word,
Neither absorbing nor appreciating.
Being blamed for absurdity,
Due to certain foreseeable circumstances,
Pushing me around,
Compact me inside,
Frustrated by your argument.
Wasting my time,
For someone whom l can’t touch,
Rather stay this way than to be your slave,
l don’t belong to your world.
Sick of your speeches,
Furious at your comment,
A hypocrite like you,
You ain’t playing the role of God.
Complexity of mind,
Fountain of human abstracts,
Youth that leads by prayers,
Important and yet to balance
With blissfulness of life
State of innocence to experience,
Daddy’s little girl,
to a promiscuous mistress,
Mommy’s boy,
And then drowning into sexism,
Positions we take,
Future is for us to hold.
Though we may fall,
Yet betrayed,
Consumed by hated,
Or became an outcast,
We’ll make a tunnel of light,
Near, far, narrow or wide,
We are our own determination to live.


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