I Too Can Be Sensitive

They believe I’m hard at core,
But my heart is a lovely store.
They’re unaware of my ekht side.
Sometimes,  I too am shy.

They think I can handle all hurdles
That I don’t like hugs and cuddles.
But I too am a person striving for love.
Besides, have myriad of unsolved struggles.

They think I never cry
I’m independent and satisfied .
But who knows I’m sensitive enough
And need a shoulder to lean on.

I’m in need of a tight hug
A silent conversation that has no bounds.
I too love playing and doing bad stuff.
Often get trapped in any kind of bluff.

Don’t just judge a book by it’s cover
I might seem stern and bold.
But if you try to explore me once
You’ll find, in depths the kindness I hold.
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94 thoughts on “I Too Can Be Sensitive

      1. Yeah, I never meant it is you. 🙂

        I meant the expressive tone is what one needs to have to be able to convey what they feel. There are many souls who might copy this and for them it applies to be able to do what I comment.

        Cheers for your company !

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      1. You are welcome….
        I used to be sensitive and I have paid for it with tears and pain…. But I still would like to hold on to it…
        You have the courage and honesty to be sensitive which I wanted to appreciate 🙂
        Just tc…

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      2. Yes, I have realized that it’s far more better to be sensitive and emotional, they are not my weakness but strength which helps me to cross hurdle and also help people…
        Happy to be an emotional fool!

        Thank you so much:) 🙂

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  1. Don’t just judge a book by it’s cover 
    I might seem stern and bold.
    But if you try to explore me once
    You’ll find, in depths the kindness I hold.-Beautifully written.
    And,you’re very pretty.😊

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  2. I am no teacher
    To teach you how to love,
    For the fish need no teacher
    To teach them to swim.
    And birds need no teacher
    To teach them flight.

    Swim on your own.
    Fly on your own.

    Love comes with no textbooks
    And the greatest lovers in history were illiterate.

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