My tears

Friday October 2, 2020

My tears are because I seem stuck in past and unable to move on.
My tears are for the pain others suffer.
My tears are because I feel no one understands me.
I cry because I need hugs now but there are none.
I cry because words are not enough.
I cry as I feel so alone.
I cry since little things or words upset me.
I cry as I feel I live someone else's life.
I cry as I see my hope slipping away.
I cry as I feel nothing will ever be the same.
I cry as I feel too much or feel nothing.
My tears are because people say control the things you can, but I cannot control them.
My tears are for me.
My tears are for everyone.
My tears are for no reason. 
I wrote this prose back in April as it is a snapshot of my life. 
It is not a poem, it is repetitive sentences as to how I was feeling nearly 7 months ago. 

I do not cry all the time and I do not cry about all those things at once, but I find it helpful when I feel overwhelmed.

Would you be able to complete the following.
Write, I cry…, or my tears...,  telling me of why you cry.

Maybe you do not cry and would like to, if so, what would like to you cry about?

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