Marion Chornobrywy

(Quebec, Canada)

Freedom - Poem by Marion Chornobrywy

When you lose the one you love
Life is over
ItÕs ended
You want to die
And part of you does
Life is empty inside
But the birds still sing
Although you are sad and numb
They remind you that life goes on
You will sing again
That after death of life and limb
Spring comes again to flourish and bloom
Like nature, Spring is reborn within you
The jigsaw of life falls into place
Piece by piece until itÕs complete again
A new life begins.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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