We Forget by MwsR

In self-inflicted blindness, we forget all the ones that are in pain�

Then we turn and look over our shoulders never accepting the blame.�

Onward we keep going, forever clueless in our own little bubble�

Looks like we should access while we are down in the rumble,�

But we don’t and then we deceive ourselves into thinking that all is right,�

Even when we toss and turn away into the night.�

What is it that makes a person truly at peace?� Is it knowing that others we can deceive if they only believe?�

It’s like a game of chance that we are willing to partake of�

Not caring who we step on or who we shove.� Selfish we enter this world, selfish we leave it.�

It’s not just me thinking this and you better believe it.�

Why can’t we stop fooling ourselves, �

Stop hurting others because they let us, themselves?�

We need to acknowledge that we all play a part in this world together.�

God didn’t create us to be alone, especially forever.�

To care about others we give parts of ourselves away,�

For as long as it takes, maybe a year, maybe for just a day.�

Anyone worthy of love is worth the learning�

When others come first, in actuality we come alongside them.�

No, we can’t be always good or right, but we can bring things up and together, just like a seamstress’s hem.