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Memory Of A Car Crash

I have wept now these whole thirty long years
Dating from this very first day of your ever living death
Yours and our dearly beloved son’s
Hoping desperately that it was something really:
The argument coarsely fervid and unconsequential
Which for that fleeting fatal moment dislocated my focus
Swerving our car from its uncontestedly clear and tarred bearing:
Hoping that it was something important really
Something that quite justifiably should unhinge a man
That quite justifiably should draw from me

These whole thirty death-long years of torrential tears
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Bryony Sheldon 06 November 2018

Reminds me of Karate Kid.

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Lyn Paul 08 October 2013

I too have sad memories of a car crash. Yet your pain has been unbearable. I truly hope time has healed

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