Nakia Crespin

Rookie (07-09-1987 / Denver, Colorado)

WIthout my son


When I am alone, without my son,
I cry, I change, I am alone again, without anyone to love,
Love is the most valued posession,
Without my son I am nothing, but I am relieved,
Without my son,
I feel free to go and come as I please, nothing to hold me down,
Nothing to hold me back from anything in my day,
Because I am without my son,
My days return to being empty and pointless,
Because I am without my son,
The sun doesn't seem as bright and trees don't seem as green,
Without my son,
A pain in my chest is getting worse as I feel as though I can't breath, skipping breathes, and now I can't catch my breathe,
Because I am without my son,
I can't sleep, then I sleep too much, I hardly eat my world is upside down,
Because I am without my son,
I am dieing the slowest of deaths,
Because I am without my son.

Submitted: Thursday, April 17, 2008

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  • Rookie Ashley Hill (9/28/2009 3:36:00 AM)

    my son is 3 and ive never been away from him a day in his life...me and his father split up and im letting him see him for a week...its tearing me apart to be without him...your poem has put into words the way i feel... (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Stephanie Mofford (12/30/2008 1:09:00 AM)

    This poem has touched me so due to I do not have my son.You have explained the emotions so well.I just hope you are not without your son as well. (Report) Reply

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