SH (2/10/94 / Abu Dhabi)

Today My Mother Died

Today my mother died
Silently without a sign
Never inkling about her sadness
Even though we filled her with madness
Never being a burden for us
Instead giving us all a bless

Today my mother died
The one to whom I always lied
Screaming at her for her calmness
Creating all kind of fuss
Not thinking about her loneliness
Putting her in deep distress

Today my mother died
Thinking about her past, I sighed
The times I went away
The times I never looked back
The pains she felt astray
The pains she felt setback

Today my mother died
I recalled her past and cried



(My mom is perfectly fine.. and is here with me. This poem just reflect on how I believe the feelings will be)


March 15th,2008

by sania harris

Comments (98)

Sadness from the loss of a loved one is truly great. Time heals wounds, but some wounds leave scars that will never fade. Good job with the poem, and I wish you well during troublous times. let your grief be an inspiration.
To lose a loved one is something you can't get over simple. When put into words, it's the healing power of words and rhyme that are bound to get the pain off of your heart some. I really enjoyed this one and let me tell you what, you're nothing short of a great female poet and I ain't kidding. Love, Jack
really sad, such a young writer recite her sorrow in a piece of paper.. thanks for sharing..
really sad, such a young writer recite her sorrow in a piece of paper.. thanks for sharing..
yes, i've already read it, but is a pleasure read it again...
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