Serene

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I get the impression that I'm completely alone and abandoned in this world and there's nothing I can do. I'm sort of in a bubble that nobody seems to see. I'm trying to smile to people but they
smile back politely. They don't realize the burning pain that moves these muscles into a smile. They do not see, either blind or closing their eyes on purpose. I sincerely hope the Angel opens my
door one day because it was just imagination, in this poem.

Submitted: May 27, 2018

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Serene 

By Elias

 

An angel has opened my door 

A beauty never seen before 

He was gleaming with all the light 

That God provided with his might 

The angel has spoken to me 

A beautiful voice, I could hear 

Why did he appear to me ? 

He made my sorrow disappear

 

Don't go, I need you to stay 

I don't know what I can do against the world 

Please, show, me how to play 

Cause everyone here holds a mask behind their word

 

I believe that you made a mistake

I'm alone, and what's worse, I'm awake 

If only I could sleep these thoughts in 

I could start another day serene

 

I've seen a garden of hopes 

Shattered by those who don't care

I've created millions of ropes 

I'm holding on tight but I'm scared 

 

The angel took me to a place 

Where flowers can finally grow

No shadow on the surface 

Only soft breezes would blow

 

Don't go, I need you to stay 

I don't know what I can do against the world 

Please, show, me how to play 

Cause everyone here holds a mask behind their word

 

I believe that you made a mistake 

I'm alone, and what's worse, I'm awake 

If only I could sleep these thoughts in 

I could start another day serene

 

Don't go, I need you to stay 

I don't know what I can do against the world 

Please, show, me how to play 

Cause everyone here holds a mask behind their word


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