BE KIND TO ME MANKIND / Poem by Isor Baridakara Deezua

Poem by Isor Baridakara Deezua

 

BE KIND TO ME MANKIND

My charming smiles now hides
Within my broken heart
Be kind to me I plead

My belly looks like pot
The homestead of hunger
Be kind to me I plead

A wound so deep in me
Yes, healing tried but failed
Be kind to me I plead

A whisper so much loud
Than my voice so faint and thin
Be kind to me I plead

My stricken soul bleeds on
In ruins my dreams are laid
Be kind to me I plead

An emptiness lords me
A void so hard to fill
Be kind to me I plead

My body clothed in mud
Alien to beauty I am
Be kind to me I plead

Be kind to me I plead
Your love can wash my pains
And mop my tears away

I know am close to you
Somewhere down the street
Be kind to me I plead

The poor you know we are
We beg for crumbs to eat
Be kind to me I plead

I see in you a friend
I stretch my hands in want
Be kind to me my friend

I hear the season is here
A time to love and share
Be kind to me my friend

Inspired by the kind heart of Gracia Gernale AsianPoet.

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