Sarah Kaiman, M.D.

(Camarillo, California)

Introspection - Poem by Sarah Kaiman, M.D.

Solace - gratitude - relief
Reprieve to send its muted tone
Speaking - seeking - yearning
Guilty remorse
Time to go - but wait
Hold fast. the bleating
of weakness but alas
To answer with truth would
tear off the mask
Naked - cold - truth!
Would we last?

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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