About the Poem
When someone you love dies, it's hard to deal with the pain. I had a very depressing experience of that sort. I was to the point of insanity, but with the help of my very best friends I was okay. This poem is about finding out your loved one is gone, and learning how to deal with the pain.
|by Rhapsodiey Hill
She ran home
Crying in the rain
Mournful from the pain
Except for the fear
Eating at her
Until she went insane
Caring people at her side
Hiding her fear
With every year she felt better
Having overcome her fear
No more screaming
Just soft pantings in her head
In losing someone, she lost it all
Not knowing the sad little noises she makes
Going on the hope that's left
Someone must tell her
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