Saint Eule (10/30/1955 / Shamokin, Pa)
A Somber View of You
Looking at a life so full of unreleased talent.
Looking at all the promise held inside.
You were off to a good start and then gave up.
Was it a personal vendetta or of pride.
Makes no sense at all and there is nothing I can do.
It only makes me sad to have a somber view of you.
Not judging but only seeing all the dependencies within;
I remember your smile and happiness, recapture it again.
To lose a friend to drugs or alcohol is hard to go through;
Not giving up but want to get rid of this somber view of you.
Saint Eule's Other Poems
- A Diamond In The Ground
- A Glacier Of Clear Thought
- A Holy Man Steps
- A Somber View of You
- A Thousand Orchids
- A Woman in Labor
- Ad Somniator
- All the Placid Places
- Angel and the bee
- Angelic Decryption
- Another Journey
- Aparrently Not A Parent
- Aryanacos Pod
- Autumn with Grandpa
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