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Every time I share my gloomy day,
You right away compare yourself to me.
You're telling me, "nothing can make me cry...";
But I know its just a bunch of word, and it's a lie.
I know you have some heartache too;
I see it in your eyes the loneliness of life.
Behind your smile a shadow of gloom attach;
You appear to be okay in your achy break y heart...
God's word is true, to come to him when feeling blue.
Never share unwanted news, for it will make things worse.
Timing is the key when sharing the burden freely...
Some would love to listen, some would turn away.
Just because I'm going through dark episode,
Doesn't mean I'm always surrounded with this negative mood.
I need some space sometime, and give myself a quiet time...
Stop asking me to smile...Because you will know it,
...If I could....you will see it from a mile.
I feel like a mocking bird trap in a tiny cage longing to fly,
Chirping for freedom but no one there to hear its fainted cry.
I just need to believe that there will be a better tomorrow,
That will bring back my joy and take away my sorrow.
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