I had resolved to being a human chimney.
The pains that i bore they wouldn’t understand,
The cause of the pain, i wish i knew beforehand.
I had fed myself excuses that where flimsy,
It was then i learned,that some things are truly worst than death.
Nothing could take away my pain, not even my breath.
The truth is that we mostly look in the wrong places
For solutions that we can read from experienced faces.
We think we know more than we know,
Even when our brains have been frozen by snow .
We suffer because we often think we are like pillars,
Ignoring our cabinet of unused painkillers.