Losing You

poems about loss

Poem

 

ah,
that’s right
Life,
it takes a toll
The demands
we fight
without selling
our soul

when,
we live this existence
we enjoy
what it yields
live in it with malice
our soul found buried
in the fields

where is my
rescue
from the soils
forbidden
that destiny of
freedom
that has been set
and written

what would it take
to find peace
to endure alone
in this change
as you leave me
here on my knees
I have lived for you
but now to rearrange

I set myself in for the night
to be in your comfort
finding quickly with delight
away from the day I suffered

 

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photograph by Karl Fredrickson

 

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Thomas DeAngelo

This is a writer of modern poetry and an inspiring writer. Residing in the lower Appalachian mountains of Pennsylvania where he enjoys reading, writing and is his spare time hiking. He has been writing since the 1980's with expectations of being published. The words that flow by ink are the defeats and enjoyments of the life lived in the years that accompanied the mind of a writer that measured his time recognizing the passions of surrounding people.

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  • LM

    This poem has a beautiful cadence that really enhances the feeling behind it. Thanks for sharing!