“Children who travail this life so hard” by Eureka C.Bianzon

I find myself searching for peace from heaven
Praying for those starved and abandoned children
I cried hard convincing myself
to understand
Why the world seems so unfair
on innocent hands

Why they need to experience things
With pain
Striving their life with so much
Hardiness to gain
They’ve lost everything even their
parents
Who left them in the middle of predicament

Now I am bemoaning about the feeling that I’ve ever felt
Something that broke my heart
As I recollect
From the story of children who
travail this life so hard
Struggling for hope,for peace of their dreadful hearts

May this bewildered world be kind to them
May they find the fair life that they
Keep on searching
May they experience the happiness
They deserved
And be secluded from all the dire things that they absorbed….

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