Burden We Carry

Burden We Carry

We each carry a burden,

The messages you delete,

The words you erase,

The carefully constructed words–

Words we fail to say.

We each carry a burden,

And mine–well mine,

Mine can be passed onto you

But I choose not to–

Choose not to hurt you.

We each carry a burden,

You and I,

These words left unsaid in between,

Can hurt both of us,

Or more.

We each carry a burden,

I’ll carry mine in silence,

And pray, that I do not

Pass it onto you.

That will not hurt you or I.

We each carry a burden,

I’ve left a message,

In this, my little piece,

Read, or understand,

As your heart chooses to.

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