The Pain Of Loss

February 5, 2018
By DarkPoet SILVER, Crosby, Texas
DarkPoet SILVER, Crosby, Texas
8 articles 0 photos 22 comments

Its painful to see your love one,

In a hospital bed.

You feel so hopeless.

Wondering what will happen next.

The inner child that was inside you,

Finally come out and cries.

Your heart is cover from pain,

And your mind is surrounded by sadness .

Wondering what will you do.

Feeling so useless.

That you even can’t help them,

The only thing you can do is wait.

Remembering all those time you were together,

Those enjoyments moments that you had.

Wishing you can travel back in time ,

And spend more time with them.

All those time you got scolded,

To create a better man.

The author's comments:

Respect your parents while you still have them around.

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on Apr. 9 2018 at 9:50 pm
WolfWhisperer0911 DIAMOND, Crosby, Texas
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Favorite Quote:
"For I command you, be brave and steadfast! For the Lord your God will be with you whenever you go."
-Joshua 1:9

"Throw me to the wolves, and I'll return leading the pack."- Unknown

"Never moon a werewolf." -Mike Binder

@DarkPoet All I can say is relatable to my 12-year-old self who lost his mother without knowing that he won't see her for a long time. Great job!

on Feb. 8 2018 at 2:18 pm
DarkPoet SILVER, Crosby, Texas
8 articles 0 photos 22 comments
Thanks a lot im happy someone can relate @Mag;)

on Feb. 8 2018 at 1:46 pm
MaddieGrizz SILVER, Lake Isabella, California
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Favorite Quote:
Even though I walk through the darkest valley I will fear no evil. Psalm 23:4, For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord. Plans to prosper you, not harm you plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11

Wow I am in a the same situation if you look at my poem "reality", you will see how I deal with my losses and its nice to see that there is someone that relates. The Poem is absolutely breathtaking though amazing job!!!

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