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2 Birds Conversation

'Am I allowed to die here? '
'Why not? '
'With grass, flowers or words? '
'They may be'
'Like the birds lay the memories'
'Yes, suddenly disappear when you do not tell'
'After he died in peace without worry'
'Probably no one felt the loss'
'Is not love... but rather the loss of freedom'
'Without a conversation anymore'
'Then disappear in death'
'Yes, suddenly disappear when you do not tell'
'Flowers, grass and your words'
'Memories that will soon disappear'

East Colfax Avenue,2010
Imam Setiaji Ronoatmojo

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Loss Of A Child

The loss of a child
Is barren and cold
Not feeling any more
The movement in life
There are no words
Or comfort that can sooth
A mother that morns

The loss of their child
Still yet to be born
Leaves you barren and empty
Forlorn and cold
You weep for maybes
Of what was yet to be
We close our eyes often
And dream of what ifs
Or maybes things in life
We will surely miss

All we can do
Is move on in our lives
And hope what we had
Will enrich our lives
Kaila George

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When the heart wants to speak,
words become of no avail.
'Loss' - see it is meaningless and forgetable.
'Loss' - it hurts...
'Pang' - i feel it;
endlessly streaming through my heart; do you?
Pang, pang, pang, pang, pang and again, and again, and endlessly; filling inside me.
Magadbujin Odser

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Fragile Tenderness

Sitting, wondering with eyes, the feelings stirring inside,
their touch soothing yet ripping apart fragile tenderness
held within.

Fraught with the newness of very recent loss, singly
tormented in the hallway, darkness beckoning to no one and
getting lost in caverns of despair.

No idle wandering, cold bare facts of reality staring into
your soul unblinkingly, raking it through the hottest coals
of death.

Taking with it the fragrant scent of painful loss, crawling
onto a ledge, wanting to fall off and die also, in the face
of insistent pain.
RoseAnn V. Shawiak

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