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With Faith And Hope
(25th March 1943 / )

With Faith And Hope

The tears fall, but no one's there to heed them,
The heart it mourns, but no one sees the hurt.
An emptiness has seeped into the brainstem,
One's feeling dazed, and no longer alert.

Such desolation haunts one's whole persona,
What can one do, and just where can one go,
You feel as if you've now become a loner,
How droplets, when they're prompted, freely flow.

To cry can be a painful kind of action,
One weeps for someone one has loved so well,
Yet grieving gives release, if just a fraction,
Which heals the ache and lets sadness dispel.

Only time will ease such utter sorrow,
That comes from losing someone Oh, so dear,
But with the dawning of each new tomorrow,
With faith and hope you'll find a panacea.

© Ernestine Northover

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Comments (7)

Only time will ease such utter sorrow, That comes from losing someone Oh, so dear, But with the dawning of each new tomorrow, With faith and hope you'll find a panacea. superb writings great 10+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
i read this work straight from the heart...and must say that it helps all of us, dear Ernestine. thank you for sharing this poignant verse. -Tailor
I think that Sometimes poetry is the only way to express certain feelings, our most individual case can be closer reached by poetry It seems to harness and express matters that over writtings may not be so easily capable of I feel for you at the moment Ernestine, and send my love to both you and your family Love duncan X
Some of the world's most eloquent poetry has come during times of grief and loss. You demonstrate this unequivocally Ernestine, with this honest reflection of sorrow and unswerving optimism. Thinking of you. love, Allie xxxxxxxxxx
dearest ernestine, im so sorry to hear about your loss, i hope in time your rainy days have rainbows, and either way im always here for you, a beautiful poem. ben
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