annabel inman

Rookie - 7 Points (10/22/1981 / Jacksonville FL)

Grief - Poem by annabel inman

It’s a dark day, frigid and wet outside
Inside the musk of dander and smoke soar
The ceiling, little one sleeps, ill implied
By the quiet notions of grief endured

Saddened by my emaciated friend
Who has only ever given pure love
Slump and gloom can turn no buck, ill will end
And my faulted heart can afford no glove

Save her and I will sacrifice our bond
Forfeit her for her benefit of health
Glimpsing through the glass, thoughts I can’t abscond
She’ll be defeated, a pain I’ve once felt

Assured that she will be offered new life
I pull into the lot where the brick God
Awaits, a gentle kiss, and stance of strife
They took my friend away, and my heart throbs

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 9, 2009

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