Black Rabbit

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Life Is Loss - Poem by Black Rabbit

I have given this one most thought.
To learn this lesson you may not want.
But everybody knows and everybody felt
Some have seen more with the hand they've been dealt.

But I’m going to remind you because it seems.
That change is the worst enemy that deems
The fear that you have for the future
Is the loss that you will lose there?

But life is loss but not all loss comes
In the form of death or separation from
Two loves who no longer give
Each other their own life to live.

Because sometimes people have to walk away
From the hurt that they feel each day.
Sometimes people have to let go of the feelings
And move on with the day to day dealings.

Or never find themselves without remorse
And never having any recourse
Of the life that is loss and always having to carry
Those people that which they should bury.


Comments about Life Is Loss by Black Rabbit

  • (3/23/2009 6:34:00 AM)

    The fear that you have for the future
    Is the loss that you will lose there? But life is loss
    In the form of death or separation from
    Two loves who no longer give each other their own life to live.
    people have to walk away from the hurt that they feel each day.
    Sometimes people have to let go of the feelings
    And move on with the day to day dealings.

    forgeting is the best way to become new
    well written I LOVE THE POEM

    SAMWELI
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 14, 2009



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