Thursday, November 27, 2008

Lackrymosa

As they say, tears cleanse our eyes so that we may be able to see the world in a clearer view. When you feel that your vision becomes blurry, leave the job to your tears. They’ll purify your eyes for your soul to have a renewed perception of everything.

Tears also signify emotions. Crying or weeping is a way to release kept emotions like pain, melancholy, hatred, fears, and even happiness. It is a means to ease the burden suffered by a person. It may also be a sign for intense exultation.

But did there come a time that you felt you ran out of tears? Definitely not because of crying too much since the matter is that you can’t really cry at all.

When you were confronted with a lot of problems and too many emotions, and you thought that tears had started to dwell in your eyes for having too much. The thought of breaking down had already crossed your mind and getting things off your chest by means of shedding tears. But when you are about to burst into tears, there was just nothing.

Not a mere drop of water fell from your eyes. And they weren’t even watery.

Tearless grief bleeds inwardly.
~ Christian Nevell Bovee
The cuts seemed to be so deep. The wounds will never be healed. And stains will never be erased from the heart. Extreme aversion caused by so much anguish and torment cannot be lessened by a few drops of water. Already succumbed by hatred and a heart turned to a stone.

2 comments:

marvin said...

lackrymosa...taken from the word lacrimal (gland)? in fairness. u always come up with a very catchy title. :-)

BitterSweetFemme said...

yup, thank you. ^^
the thing is, i'm not good with composition so mejo sabog ang contents.