Wednesday, December 06, 2006
My poem is beyond poetry
Your words hurt me
in so many ways
i couldn't explain how.
The cut is too deep
that whenever you are near
I'd look away.
and left a fresh scar
so fresh that it bleeds
each time i see you
or even hear your name.
So, do you think it's fair for us to punish someone who hurt us
deliberately? Especially that someone puts his/her ego on top of
everything else? And we know that he/she is still in a state of
denial, to admit that what he/she has done is wrong.
Maybe a little revenge would help restore our self esteem, and
cure the wound he/she left us. Or perhaps triple fold revenge
would make us feel a lot happier so that we could continue with
our life peacefully.
Does successful revenge make it easier to fall asleep at night?
Do you feel contempt seeing him/her hurting the same way you
did? Would you cheer to see the defeated look in his/her eyes?
Is it a victory now that you managed to erect the tall walls
that he/she could no longer peek through? As the walls would
shield you heart, do you feel secured?
And he/she just keeps quite. He/she still looks at you the
same way, staring helplessly at your cold eyes. Treating
the cold shoulders you are giving as something he/she
deserves, no complains, just silence and a shadow of a
big question mark in his/her eyes.
You know he/she suffers too, but refuses to put the ego
away. He/she knows time will not heal. All you want to
hear is just a sincere apology, so that you can let
all these things out of the system. It's not a sin
to have a fresh start...