My grandmother once said,
Losing a son is much worse,
I thought to myself right then,
She should think that through 1st.
I know she hurts as much as I do,
For the loss of her son and my dad,
But saying such a thing like that,
Well that just makes me mad.
Itís almost been 3 whole years,
And I still feel the same way,
All this pain and hurt I feel,
Itís the same from day to day.
This pain has not yet lifted,
This anger is still the same,
Who do I point the finger at?
Isnít God the one to blame?
Then I thought that thought through,
I knew the answer all along,
God did my father a favor,
So why canít I be strong?
Of course it still hurts,
Just knowing that heís not here,
And every so often,
I sit alone and shed a tear.
I always thank the Lord,
For he has saved my dad,
And although I miss him so,
I am truly glad.
I love you daddy!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|joyce ivy (220.127.116.11) -- Monday, December 27 2004, 06:59 pm|
beautiful poem Kit...I know your pain..even though it has only been a few months since my mothers death...but have done well to write about it...it helps...thats what I do...write..write...write...thanks for sharing your wonderful poem...sorry for your loss...joyce
|Aimee . H (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, December 29 2004, 01:11 am|
beautiful poem. thats really mean of your grandma. Stay strong -aimee
|Sarah Taurus (22.214.171.124) -- Monday, January 3 2005, 06:30 am|
Hey Trina, I really enjoyed this one. It's way you feel, and it's good to let it out through poem. I thought I could blame god when he took my aunt and uncle, but it's not his fault, and I learned god doesn't want to hurt anyone, it's all the devil's doing. -Sarah
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