Silenced Sculptures1 min 134 1 min 134
Inanimate structures of stone,
Forever stranded left alone.
Standing for centuries so long,
Everyone ignores and gets along.
Two sculptures stood together,
Stayed united in severe weather.
A boy stood admiring the girl,
Her blush, Oh! So easy to be seen;
Even when her skin is coloured pearl.
Lifeless they were, they started speaking,
To live a life, they started believing.
Passionately in love they always stayed,
Only for each other they were made.
Becoming lively, their hearts beat,
Being so close, they never met.
Their hearts spoke words of love,
They felt high, so above.
A day of winter came,
When her place didn't remain the same.
She was separated from her lovers' gaze,
He spent months in a daze.
Thunder were his shouts,
Their love was true, no doubt.
Rain drenched him over,
He regretted not being with her closer.
Tears were easy to be seen despite the rain,
His heart was unable to be healed from the tormenting pain.
She was the one who made him feel alive,
No one resembled her, none alike.
A weeping angel he became,
His love for her he couldn't acclaim.
Better are statues with a loving heart,
Than the humans with a heart so hard.