Marianne Keplinger

Rookie (12/10/1976 / North Carolina)

Troubling Interference - Poem by Marianne Keplinger

Hard to say Goodbye
Letting regrets store
Don't want to remeber
Tears no longer more

Living Life downhill
Keeping scars afloat
Why the distance?
Where is this life?

You gave me strength
Knocked it down
Showed me Faith
Now the tombstones fades

The longing of depth
Mourning the loss
Shedding guilt succombs
Never seeking pain.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, June 12, 2011

Poem Edited: Monday, June 13, 2011


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