The Stronger Side - Poem by Ruth warren
I walked along the ocean,
my head bowed low in sorrow,
I hardly handled today,
how do I cope with tomorrow?
The day was like every other,
the pain the grief inside,
my strength was running out,
I could no longer hide.
The pain was immense that day,
it had never been that bad,
and all of a sudden, out of the blue,
I didn't feel as sad.
Something happened that day,
the weight became like a feather,
it'll never be entirely gone though,
the memories are there forever.
Although I still look back and cry,
I had a friend to confide,
She means the whole world to me,
She helped me reach the stronger side.
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