A Tear for the World


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I feel your throbbing pain

O World

I see your bleeding soul

I cringe, I go insane

 

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Weary, I retreat

To the land of barren tears

Where no man has ever been

In silence, I weep

 

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“O dear God”

I whisper

“How can such a small heart,

Take all this pain?”

 

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14 Responses

  1. A very touching poem. I love it. The pain and feelings behind it are profound.

    • Thank you Arwa, very kind <3

  2. Reblogged this on Palestine Rose.

    • Thank you Genie for reposting <3

      • Thank you for writing how my heart and soul feel, Nahida. 3>

        • One more try: <3

  3. […]  Reblogged from Poetry for Palestine: […]

  4. Reblogged this on Ned Hamson Second Line View of the News and commented:
    God will make room in your heart for transforming pain and sadness to joy and grace.

  5. made me want to cry as well. Beautiful
    Yisraela

  6. Things seem to be getting worse and worse in Iraq. ISIS has to be completley wiped out for chance of stability. What are your ideas on this matter? Respond to my email OK ?

    • ّISIS is a collection of random mercenaries who are trained and paid to cause chaos in ME, to facilitate the creation of greater “israel” and to vilify Islam and to justify more hatred and genocide against Muslims.

      They are NOT in any shape or form abiding by the morality and ethical code of the Qur’an nor Islam. They are behaving like savages and destroying every foundational stone of Islamic concepts and heritage.

      This training in “israel” has been going on for years to prepare for that which we seeing and living today

  7. Beautiful poem, Nahida, about a very tragic situation the world is in. I have reblogged it here:

    http://richardedmondson.net/2014/06/17/a-tear-for-the-world/

  8. Thank you Richard, hope you and your loved ones are well

  9. […] by Nahida, Exiled Palestinian […]

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