“Saddest grief”by Eureka C.Bianzon

On piece of wood she engraved her
heart
Unleashing all the pains which sets
Her world apart
She never dreamed to witness the grayish sky
Which brought her in grief and saddest lullabies

She carved her words like blades
Marked few lines in darkest shades
She’s been hurt and thought the world was unfair
Brought her saddest grief she couldn’t bear

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