Serena Constance Grobler


The Tear That Moulds - Poem by Serena Constance Grobler

Each no brings me closer to a yes
My lifes a shambles and my hearts a mess
Each man brings me closer to the one
My whole world crubles yet it weighs a ton

It seems so far
It seems so strange
The heat on the tar
Horizons change
It seems so close
But seems so far
The distance to here
And the distance to there
Is the weight of one solitary tear

The tear that runs
The tear that holds
The tear that stuns
The tear that moulds
This tear it shocks
This tear stands alone
This tear it mocks
This tear cant be cloned

Each no brings me closer to a yes
My lifes a shambles and my hearts a mess
Each man brings me closer to the one
My whole world crubles yet it weighs a ton

My lifes so troubled
Just full of tests
My heart so puzzled
It needs to rest
It seems so far
It seems so strange
The heat on the tar
Horizons changed
It was so close
But now so far
A big enough dose
Could rule my heart
I need to hide
I need to stay
I need to run
From what I’ve made


Comments about The Tear That Moulds by Serena Constance Grobler

  • (12/1/2010 11:55:00 PM)


    Anyone would get caught up with the simple and un-pretentious rhyming, and forget to read again and understand the feelings behind this write..loved it! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 1, 2010



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