PARK BENCH, Poetry by Omneya Osama

Genre: Hurt, Sad and Hope.

PARK BENCH
by Omneya Osama

It was dark and raining,
A girl was sitting on a park bench,
Next to her was a wet paper.
The girl was sobbing quietly!
Sobbing so hard..

So hard you could feel the pain in her eyes
You could see her heart bleeding
You could touch her agony
You could hear her silent screams
You could think she would never stop.

Then the rain stopped..
So did she,
She wiped her eyes,
Looked at the soaked paper,
Stood up.. And left!

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