A Child Want To Say Something

Poem By Mahfooz Ali

I.



I would say something,
I would scream if I could.
I am a child afraid to cry out.
Because I know without a doubt that
No one is listening for my shouts.


II.


I am most afraid to cry out
I am a child trapped in the
Shell of a man that has never
Been able to grow beyond those
Terrible days in my life
Where I was set aside and
told I was no one's
Wanted son.

Comments about A Child Want To Say Something

'Told I was no one's Wanted son. hey dont u worry your terrible days are over forget your past if theres any-- and concentrate on the future GREAT DAYS ARE AHEAD FOR U TRUST IN THE LORD ++10 anjali


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