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As the battle begins I struggle to escape.
A child is trapped in a mind maze, Left in a daze… When parents turn away from each other’s gaze.
When parents move in the opposite direction, a child’s mind learns nothing but becomes a labyrinth.
When parents bicker, Puzzled and dejected, in the mind of their child no hopes flicker!
A child will never be able to escape the maze of which parent to love the most.
I will always remember how they fight, they know it’s not right. I am not amazed so please let me out of this maze.
I’m trying to escape my thoughts of the times you argued and fought, but I’m caught up in the middle with no way to solve this riddle.
Don’t fight in front of your children. It throws them into a maze of confusion, often with no way out but to blame themselves.
Don’t force your children into an emotional maze, due to your own personal issues. Let them be children.
Conflicts of adult egos inflicts the child’s mind with intangible labyrinth unable to comprehend all alone.
Ego can be set aside and so are the pressures for a child to better grasp the path to freedom from the confusing labyrinth.
Differences always trap you in the maze of pressure!
Mercinel Laurio Gonda
Torn between parents, a child potential is caught in a maze of uncertainty.
Whichever way I turn, I reach the same spot, trapped between you in a maze of arguments.
Rational Akrofi Akuffo
Life is a maze and your differences make it more difficult for me to steer the wheels.
Sheela P M
Your rifts and drifts put your little one straight into a confusing maze of tough turns and twists.
Amrita Lahiri Bhattacharya
The child is lost in the maze, As the parents are trapped in the dissecting opinions haze!
I’m not sad because I’m in the middle of riddle I’m sad because thier perplexity in the labyrinth make me so.
Child’s mind in trouble, whom to connect between his parents when both are not in good terms.
Your ego and misunderstandings will puzzle your child’s mind and make them feel lonely.
Chamberlain It’s amazing how parents in conflict cannot recognise how lost and confused the mind of their child can be.
We always don’t see how our mazes swallow our children.
Caught and struck within the darkness of life with no one to rescue or guide the way out to the light.
Adverse childhood events are a labyrinth
Conflicted parents build the conflicted maze inside a child’s life.
When the parents went to war, it was the child that was held a prisoner, for no fault of his.