Countless Times

Countless Times short poem

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Countless Times I fell,
Countless times I rose,
Countless times I cried,
Countless times I pleaded,
Countless times I felt suffocated,
Countless times my heart bleed.

Countless times I wanted to run away,
But never got the courage to have my way.
Countless times I failed to understand
What was my mistake?
Countless times I grew tired waiting
For a new dawn to break.
Countless times I watched the lonely moon
That reflects the loner in me.

Countless times I was betrayed
But tried to forget the pain of those betrayal
but countless times my attempts went in vain

Countless times I made myself promised
Never to trust again
like those countless times
my promises never got fulfilled.
Countless times I dreamed
but those dreams were turned in to ashes
by my own beloved beings.

Countless times I wondered
will the countless times ever end?

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