Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)

Broken in my fathers memory

is the day
teared to pieces
my lonely heart bleed
watching my soul
besides me
be on knees
praying for remember
to come
feeling so bloodless
broken in between
watched 'Schiller'
my favorite on the screen
not the poet although
he is mine but the German
groups concert named
to find my inner shine
was so high taken
by music and flow
when it rings at the phone
neighbor felt bothered
about my obsequies
brought back consciousness
found me on my knees
broke my conscientiousness
in memory back to NO feel
could not slip in
where the time train runs
had lost the heart beats
of my father at once
anger came into my pain
let my tears come again
had lost this beautiful day
by an unknown neighbor
even not knowing his name
but I also include him
in my pray.

(C) Gerhard Raase,29/08/2012/
(dedicated to my father Hans)

Submitted: Thursday, August 30, 2012
Edited: Monday, September 03, 2012

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