Ceri Louise Baylis

Rookie - 230 Points (06.03.1985 / North Wales)

Grief - Poem by Ceri Louise Baylis

It's hard to grasp grief when it does come?
Different for all when losing someone
It never came on the day that you died
Or following weeks that passed on by
When your body was gone and turned into ashes
Grief remained distant and I stayed distracted
Distraction from sinking alone in own thoughts
Trying so hard to not be so distraught
I felt it today it hit me so hard
Grief flowed through my impermeable guard
The guard that keeps the pain at bay
The guard that pushes tears away
It was then I broke and realised your gone
Not coming back I've lost someone
I hope you rest peacefully and that your soul is free
When the time comes you will be waiting for me.

Topic(s) of this poem: loss

Form: Rhyme Royal or Rime Royale


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, January 16, 2016



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