We were there, the people
with no clue as what to expect, bringing our pain & heart
to seek Jesus in the mountain top
They were there, the people
with smiles, hugs & words of encouragement all around
food all around, dancing & prancing wildly & lovingly
The sisters, we were taught, were willingly give their time to serve us all
The starbucks, sweets & chocolate
Strangely though, I looked in their eyes, they quickly avert
After hugs, we were separated & quickly look for other things to do
Strangers are strangers
Don't force a hug, it makes them confused!
Don't force a kiss, it makes them very anxious!
Don't force a smile if you don't want to
Don't force a chit-chat if you don't care
Don't squeeze tears & testimonials
Intimacy comes with time, if you force it, the caterpillar won't become butterfly
It will die in vain
It's not fair, we were caught offguard, people are broken to pieces
Shameful & frustrating
I never felt so alone. The authencity of this world has disappeared, it seems.
I'm in a world where masks are necessity
The masks of warm hugs & forced smiles, polite laughter
Here's what I found though. Why is it impolite to stare?
Because the mask in the eyes doesn't stay put. It's very tiring to put it on.
When you stare you caught them offguard, without masks. Defense system down.
a0z0ra @ 11:51 PM  |