Mother

by Tirzah Shams

You are my moonlight in the dark
When I’m drowning, you’re my ark

In every war, you’re my guiding hand
You’re my safety in an unknown land

You have a beauty that surprises all
In the hardest times, you stand tall

You’re hearts of gold, with no doubt
There is nothing I can’t tell you about

There’s not place, in your heart for haters
You don’t fear lovers or traitors

And every moment I want to make you proud
Be just like you, the queen of my crowed

Another persons eyes

by Tirzah Shams

You need to see this world around you
With another persons eyes
You need to see this world around you
That every day you despise

You need to learn ,to love, to hope
You need to learn to recognize
You need to see this world around you
With another persons eyes

It’s not what it always looks like
It’s not black and white
You’re not the only one
Who goes through trauma and fright

You’re not the only one for whom
Every day is a fight
You need to see this world around you
With another persons eye

Bullied Again

by Tirzah Shams

You may call me fat
You my call me ugly
But is it too hard
To think someone could love me

Society has rejected of me
Am I that bad
Why do people do that?
This question drives me mad

There is an other side
To people I believe
Who think I am worthy
Of the love I receive

Life has betrayed me
Love has left me alone
How am I supposed to fight
When I am left on my own

I may go in depression
I may go in anxiety
I may feel sick
With the symptoms of a variety

Now I declare I was bullied
Now I declare I was rejected
This isn’t something I could neglect
I know I was not excepted

Wandering

by Tirzah Shams

They rode the train together
A friendship to last forever

Him a hero, her a nerd
A beautiful story gone unheard

Living a life being unexpected
Feeling like they’re forever rejected

Knowing the life they want to live
Always ready to forget and forgive

For everyone they may be outsiders
But in their hearts are true fighters

And one day they’ll rise to the fame they deserve
Will be give the rewards of the hardships they served

Bruises

by Tirzah Shams

She keeps her head down low
Suppressing the thoughts that race her mind
Don’t think of what happened at home
Those bruises on your skin should be left behind

Her eye is black because she tripped
She wasn’t punched there twice
She limps to her school like she does
Once a week, sometimes thrice

At school she is bullied
Because she’s a nerd, that’s all
And at home she is abused
How her mothers death is all her fault

“Dad stop”,she cries each time
Her skin is cut open by the whip
He says you’re disgusting, you’re an idiot
Just seeing your face makes me sick

But this is her life
She goes through each day
But now she’s all drained
As she faces hatred each way