Something I had to write

Something I had to write

A Poem by Saddam Abu Ghaida

Standing on a cross road
I don’t know which way to go
To live my fantasies or to live my life
It is the answer for a question I couldn’t find

Time passed by me without saying goodbye
Is it true or it is just another lie

To love and to be loved is it real
Or it is just a story for sleepy dreams

I’m I fading away like a candle in a rainy day
Or like a picture from faraway

Void is the road to my hopes
Like Broken trees in winter storm

Did I sacrificed my life in vain
Or I’m I too selfish to be blamed

Am I real or just an empty frame on the wall
Or the secret eye on some body’s door

Hallowed cold nights I spent alone
Waiting for hope to awaken my soul

Being drift away from reality
And all that remains is some theories
And Unjustified practicality
Which lacks certainty and harmony

I can’t see the road From where I stand
Did I left my feet or they left me

Talking to it maybe it could understand
Since beings replaced their minds with sand

Fragments of memories all I have left
Which I feed on them when I’m hungry
Think of them when I’m angry
And play with them when they need me

I’m I insane or reality just passed away
In a grave of time where even the light strays from night

I take look around and all I see cognition cleansing
embryos children adults and elders are clinging
On some ideas of perfection

© 2012 Saddam Abu Ghaida

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Added on July 9, 2012
Last Updated on July 9, 2012
Tags: society, poetry, Philosophy, Morals, Love


Saddam Abu Ghaida
Saddam Abu Ghaida

Athens, Atikka, Greece

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