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Dealing With Grief

Poem By Sami Strong

I stand here at your grave and weep,
Your body's still. Your minds asleep.
I'll never see your face again,
Until I die, but that'll be when?
You were always there, thick or thin,
Now you've gone, I can not win.
My minds blank, my hearts a hole,
I feel numb, I have no soul.
I feel empty, incomplete,
It's so unfair, Life is a cheat.
I'm still here, but your soul is gone,
At least your memories live on.
Why can't you see how I feel?
You're dead that's why, so I can't heal.
Why go on? Life seems dark ahead,
What is the point? Now that you're dead.
You were my life, my everything,
Why do people laugh and birds sing?
When the one I love died today,
I could do it, there is a way.
See him again forevermore,
But I can't/don't dare to end the war.
So, I'll live on to spite the earth,
I'll win the war, for what it's worth.
One day, I'll join you but till then,
I'll go on, learn to live again,
So that, when it's time, death will come,
And I'll arrive, but I'll have won.
For now, I stand at your grave and weep,
Your body's still. Your minds asleep.

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