I See, I See Now

I see, I see now,
Once cheerful faces now full of fright,
Frightened of chaos they’re in,
Frightened of the many assumptions.

I see, I see now,
A bird spreading wings early in the morning,
On a mission to search for food,
Feeling just the hunger and the thirst.

I see, I see now,
Nothing matters, just the subtle needs,
Going after it quietens the fuss,
No doubts and no regrets.

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