Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

Rookie (July 14,1965 / New York)

Passing Of Time - Poem by Kimbaline Navas (she who waits)

This has been the hardest year for me and my family, since the day our Angel earned her wings.

I hear that time heals all things, but what they did not say is that the passing of time can feel like forever where one hour feels like hours, one day feels like days, one week feels like months and one month feels like years, one year feels like a life time of hell.

It has been 13 months,6 days and 1 hour and I do not feel any better then the day she left, I walk around with a smile to hide the hurt and sorrow that I am feeling, I hold my head back so the tears will not escape, I keep moving because I know if I stop this empty feeling will consume my very thought.

As I know that in time it will not hurt as bad, my heart will never be mended, it will just accept the things that I can not change. The life that we once had will never be the same, the person that I once was will never be here but yet all I can do is set and wait for the passing of time.

This passing of time has taking it toll on my family and I, if you look you will see the pain that has been left with us, the voided feeling of something is missing when ever we are all together.

At times you can see someone walking around looking for someone or sometimes as if it is not completed, but we all know.

Sometimes I feel as if this life was not meant for me, but as I get up each day I realize that it is my life and only the passing of time can save us now.


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 25, 2009

Poem Edited: Tuesday, May 12, 2009


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