K. Jared Hosein

Rookie - 0 Points (1986 / Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies.)

(loss) The Grave Of My Child - Poem by K. Jared Hosein

It had been a long passing away.
A death that crackles the hardest stone,
He sank into the bed of this bay,
A death silent and alone.

He once frolicked through the sleepy field
Waking the insects on the grass.
Bare-foot, to the seashore yield
To dance with a moonlit lass.

He was my child, my dear,
Who never let it pass him by,
Always sat at the edge of that pier,
Watching the Samurai sunset sky.

Now I stand here over his grave,
Now realising he is dead.
And there are fireflies over the wave,
Spelling a poem left unsaid.

They wait for him,
Forever,
Thinking he's just asleep,
Waiting, waiting,
Thinking,
Soon,
He'll rise
From the ocean deep.


Comments about (loss) The Grave Of My Child by K. Jared Hosein

  • (7/8/2006 7:50:00 PM)


    This is so beautiful, I give you a Li Po God Blessing! ! ! ! ! (Report) Reply

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  • (6/23/2006 4:18:00 PM)


    Hopefully before, for life can be much more
    You have expressed yourself so well, what an amazing piece, so sad yet so poigniant
    thankyou for sharing your art
    Love duncan X
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  • (5/1/2006 6:06:00 PM)


    It comes from your heart, I can tell..
    Very beautiful, I completly surrendered to the power of this poem!

    ~~Elya Thorn~~
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  • Ruth Warren (3/25/2006 8:31:00 PM)


    Breathless
    such a heart felt pome,
    had tears to my eyes reading it

    love ruth x
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  • (3/25/2006 8:23:00 PM)


    The human frailty.......comes across in this poem that blossoms in the found glory of LOVE god gave to you.......a little glistening sliver of yourself.....this boy, whose span was not too long but shared more than a life time. (Report) Reply

  • (3/25/2006 8:21:00 PM)


    Letters can never add up to the feeling your description here creates. Peace to you. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 25, 2006

Poem Edited: Tuesday, August 29, 2006


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