It wake up, Poetry by Stuti Mishra

Genre: Pain, Female

It wake up by Stuti Mishra

I told the world I wouldn’t compromise,
My smile is capable making you mesmerise.
My rights ain’t your wrongs when I’m in the middle,
I’ll make the obstacles move like they wiggle.

Posters you been pasting like you want me to be a fake good girl,
I’m trying to hide that silly bad girl.
Those new and faulty undiscovered shades,
I love them but hate when they just fade.

Faith under me is kidding a mock as It’s making fun of the great problems,
I know how to comfort those crazy solutions.
I wouldn’t give up, I wouldn’t let you frame my time waste, you can slightly have to take some rest .

I will earn the contradiction of differences to get out of it,
Colours I did break would fix soon.
Touching the sky like a insane mocking bird,
I might have lost few of my words.

The lies have given me lead,
I still swear I’m better alone.
I’ll dance on account of my wounds returning back,
I run holding the pain in a big sack.

For those who have guts to wake up from the hallucinations of sleep,
Let the knife stab you throughout deep,
All given to heaven will rest the inferno and bring peace.
We can thrive the bullets and be a immortal sword.

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