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Immortality was what I had before.

Eternity, like the waves upon a shore.

Conceited and arrogant to the core.

So sure my numbness was forever more.

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Mighty confidence in my inhumanity.

Nothing could touch, nor humble me.

For I was the stones beneath your feet.

That could stand the cold and blistering heat.

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Sweetly, you breezed into my life.

Gently, despite your pain and strife.

Bare from the intensities of the world.

Away from the extremities that swirled.

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So icy was my initial contempt.

Of your efforts and pathetic attempts,

To make me step off my throne and join Mankind

To become a slave to the human grind.

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You reached your limit, now you’re gone.

But not before I reached my dawn.

Because now I can feel. I can only feel.

Oddly human. Strangely real.

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What is this stinging in my eye?

Is it for me, or for you that I cry?

Never before a quake in my voice.

Too late now I have made the choice.

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The crack is growing in my infinite wall.

My immortal barrier no longer so tall.

Truth is banging on my door.

To enter and my heart explore.

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Till when will you cower from reality?

It’s time to see things with clarity.

To yourself you must awaken,

Or remain a person by all forsaken.

By: Nancy Khair