Sunday, April 17, 2011

The Lost Innocence

The innocence fading, infiltrated with maturity. The harsh experiences molding an innocent soft burning coal into a hard and unforgiving diamond. 

The test of endurance costs those innocent and sweet smiles, the blessings of ignorance and the love of having teddy bears and dolls as best friends. 

Finally, a time when teddy bears are no more hugged and toy trains and cars no longer the best charm of life. 
When the world reveals itself, the masks are removed and eyes opened to reality. Just like the wind reshaping the sand dunes. 
© Rabea Kamran


Blasphemous Aesthete said...

And yet, it is unavoidable, even for those who claim not to do so.

Nice read.

Blasphemous Aesthete

Biya said...

ya inevitable and unavoidable..