Shadows of Mystery is a poem written by Shareyld de Guia and shared with The Ugly Writers under the theme The Games We Play for the month of April. Shadows of Mystery I have two faces but with…
Some steps you leap others you step and reap. Some jumps you miss other’s you fall into.
You can disappoint others and most especially yourself, The guilt is within you and it can be the reason to stop being motivated by the passion you have. You blame yourself for making mistakes over and over again. You think of your not really on this path, Like you just trying to fit in.
I know at some point of being miles away from me, Your longing for the loved one that sometimes I failed to make you feel.
Wait lonely for this deceptive game to be over. But the game goes on, players keep playing.
To increase my speed Away From you From words That assail And hit Striking hot I won't return Never again
One day, you'll realize You lost the opportunity to seize A triumphant player you antagonize.
A reminder, a truth I so often forget: All things come to an end.
Reality is a tragedy of farce and irony Enthralled with deception and immorality Compounded by influence and opportunity.
Believe in the miracles you can make. Don’t believe what they tell you.
Mahirap pero di kita susukuan Pero hanggang kailan? Nakakapagod na ding mag intay Lalo na't walang kasiguraduhan
Madalas ang pananahimik ay senyales ng lubos na pagkabahala Pinipigil ang emosyong gusto ng makawala Ngumingiti kahit luha'y nahahalata At ikukubli ang lahat sa likod ng maskara