We blame the past for our future We blame our parents for our habits We blame our teachers for our ignorance We blame our leaders for how we follow them We blame sickness for our health We blame our children for our social problems We blame cigarettes for our cancer We blame the government for unemployment We blame alcohol for our drunkedness
The feeling of never being good enough Is not like the passing wind Where it comes, destroys and then leaves It is more like the hurricane It stays like a welcomed visitor Destroys you like a fake friend Stabs you like your close brother Then buries you like a mother
Nothing feels the same anymore I’ve watched your laughs turn to smiles You now like what you used to love Even when I try to show that I care You don’t respond and I’m not used to that This feels so useless when I’m losing rest And you don’t even seem slightly bothered I don’t know what to do next from here You’ve left me in a loop where I’m clueless With a flickering amber of a dying flame Where there once used to be raging wildfire I feel you slipping away
Why is it so easy to focus on little failures And leave them on replay in your mind They cast an invisible cloud over your eyes And caused you to be so blind To all the substantial success in life And all the times you did so well Worked so hard and pushed yourself But you’re worried that no one could tell The truth was so obvious to see All you ever did was your very best It’s important not to weigh yourself down And learn to let your mind rest
I was at the edge of the cliff Barely holding on to myself I didn’t know what else to do It felt like end of the world for me One step forward I tried to take But You Called me, … I heard You I remember how Your Voice made me turn The world around me was ending Mine was just right there in front of me YOU.
It’s not that I hate people I just like my own company As I can be the real person I am That the world would never see I really enjoy being by myself Discovering my even and odds Knowing myself even better Trying to shape my scrambled thoughts I rarely talk to people about myself And I surely would like to change that As people are often unpredictable And maybe shouldn’t be judged By the few experiences I’ve had
They say do not judge people By how they look and speak of you Quoting just don’t look at the cover Then not go ahead and read the book Although sometimes maybe you should Because some are a different story That’s not worth you reading at all Sometimes trying to know more Will leave you feeling sad and sorry They will break your precious heart They will toy with your hard-earned patience They will misunderstand your vulnerability They will tramp your wounds with words They will slice open your scars They will trouble your calm soul Until you’re tired of even feeling tired So you start to dance while bleeding Laughing along with the distress As it laughs sheepishly at you Because what blinded them Awakened you
As time continues to grow Our hearts become one Our souls soon merge Your smile & happiness reflect mine Your figure crawls inside my mind As you’re all I ever think about Your love is so strong It brings me back to life You’ll always be the part of me That lives on forever and a day