Dan Quiles

Rookie - 8 Points (March 10,1975 / Boston, MA)

While Gone Away - Poem by Dan Quiles

The Sun is done giving sunshine.
The moon no longer gives light during the night.
All the strength and might has been shrucked,
Tucked away and godly dumped.
Onto the abyss of its shallow darkness.
A sadness that was so far away, is now so close by like a magnet.
Wishing and missing what I took for granted.
Never really valued until it was gone.

Family is supposed to be everything for a man.
A man lives for its family.
Its ties are deep rooted like a grown tree.
Like an endless running waterfront.
There is nothing greater,
Than witnessing a golden child evolve and get involve
With family, friends, and stranger’s
With experimenting new experiences and exploring a new world.
After work is all about going too work and heading straight
To the warmth of a loving caring home.
A loving cherishing dome,
That one day in a moment of truth and hidden past collides to the reality
And it all ends in a blink of an eye.
A sadness, deception and depression, that grabs the heart the hardest
And grips it so hard it so hard and tight that the flow and energy
Stops in silence and bleeds in slow drops.
Silence is the world, that I live in now.
In silence, I suffer alone, in the torment of what it was

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, March 17, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, February 3, 2011

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