Each and every time

P.C :- Reena’s Exploration Challenge.

Of companionship,

Of hurt,

Of hunger,

Of territorial brawls,

The birds sing a song,

I pretend to understand their lyrics,

Each and every time,

Of sharing,

Of weather changes,

Of reliability,

Of longevity,

The trees rustle up in unison,

I pretend to understand their music,

Each and every time,

Of a tear’s worth,

Of fear’s fury,

Of their silent pain,

Of uncountable miseries,

An unknown person’s untold concern,

I pretend to understand,

Each and every time,

I could only hear the loud noise,

I could only see the anger,

I cared less for their pain,

I shrugged past their concerns,

My kith and kin’s pain,

I discounted as an endless ramble,

Each and every time.

115 words.

P.S : – This poem is written on a basis that we often take our loved ones for granted. Overriding their emotions, concerns we often don’t listen to them but make assumptions.

Acknowledgements :- Thank you Reena Ma’am for running the Reena’s Exploration Challenge #135. For rules please refer here. Thank you all for stopping by and reading.

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  1. If it reflects badly on me, it is a sham. If it supports my stand in some way, I support with full vigor, inwardly knowing that they are not so right.

    It is ultimately about me, not them.

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