GriefNet Library: Poetry
Losing you has ripped my soul apart.
Each day I search for that which is lost.
And in the end I scream silent scream.
At night I close my eyes and find myself remembering..
A babe suckling my breast..In awe of this tiny life
that has filled my soul with Bliss.
We are enveloped in a soft warm place full of love.
Sometimes I could not tell where you ended and I began.
And then I remember that you are gone
There in the silence of my room I scream a silent scream.
I am here and you are not I struggle each day to rise from my bed
To begin again another day without you. In the kitchen at the sink
I remember how you clung to my leg and begged to play in the water.
There is no one at my leg now.
And I Scream a silent scream.
Night comes and I know I must sleep but the thought of that bed and my
rolling memories I know I will
relive propels me into the early morning hours.
Little hands cupping my face leaning in close for those cute little baby
I miss that.. The two most precious things in my life are gone...How do I
"You okay??" my dear heart asks.
wiping away the tears I say "Just doing what I do everynight dear"
Rolling over in the bed I silently scream.
How do I go on???
With Salt on my face and screams in my heart.
Mommy to Willi and Erik
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