New Tears About Grievngwith CommentaryNew Tears About Grievngwith Commentary

New Tears [about Grieving]

If it rains or shines

Little does it matter so? Days, like tear drops?

Slip and slide, and go.

I sit looking out my window

Little do I want to say?? Goodbye and close my brain;

Not forever, anyway!...

At my door he still stands

Holding roses in his hands, I look a little pale and sad

Will he see me fair or mad?

Note: A death is a death no matter which who you are, what color, or creed, you are affected. When the grieving starts and stops is different for everyone. Some grieve for days and cry. Some have delayed reactions. Some scream it out until the sorry deadens their faces and they can no longer stand up and hold themselves in balance with gravity of earth and even commit suicide, like Robert Howard, the great poet. Some lives are taken at a young age, many of my friends were. Some by stupid accidents, a 19-year old buddy of mine was taken that way; and a mother at 83-years old whom we lived together for 33-years. And so when I read the article in the paper of Derrick, the family's loss of their son over a stupid punch, it just brought back old memories of losses. I once was in a bar and it was a hot July day, and folks there were getting mad for simply reasons, it was July of l982, at the Gem bar in Minneapolis, and as I walked outside the bar, I heard a shot, and two guys ran different ways. And 12-minutes more passed, in that time the ambulance came took they slain person him to the hospital and he died, he died on the way to the hospital I should say. And the older I get, the more I see, and the more I see, includes death by anger and stupidly. But the poem I wrote, like the one I did in l982, is not for the dead, but for the living. [#729/6-11-05]

by Dennis Siluk
References and Bibliography

Author/Poet Dennis Siluk Http://dennissiluk.tripod.com

Rated:NR/0 Votes
1 Views
Add To My Article Reading List
Add To My Article Reading List
Print Article
Print
More Article By Dennis Siluk
More Article by Dennis Siluk
Share
More Articles From Grief
More Articles From Grief
Related Articles and Readings
Defeat Fear of Death By: Kerry Emrich
Fear of death is the fear of dying or of dead things. The medical or scientific name for this fear is Necrophobia. This is an astonishingly common phobia with millions of sufferer's world wide. It is an impractical and unreasonable fear, no one wants to die but we can not ...
A Memorable Death By: Tim Ong
Marvin is 55 years old and he has a brain tumour. He is getting physically weaker by the day and is now having difficulty in breathing. However, he is still mentally very alert.Although Marvin knows that death is imminent, he does not seem to fear death, at least not outwardly. ...
Death Records - How To Obtain Them Today! By: Gregory Martin
Although it is quite sad to think about, there are indeed people who we lost contact with And after years of not seeing them, you may now start to think whether he is still alive or had taken his rest ...
Near Death Experiences Is there a Logical Explanation By: C BaileyLloyd
In an edition of Reader's Digest, I stumbled upon a compelling article, "After Life," by Anita Bartholomew. The article takes an intricate look into the controversial world of "after life" or "near death experiences." I found myself being hurled into the riveting article like a child in a candy store. ...
Watching Death By: Dennis Siluk
Like it or not, we think in line with our customs and tradition often times, right down to the level of how we think of death, or about death. I was a licensed counselor for many years, and the issue came up a few times, and I was sad ...
The information provided in this article and/or the comments is the sole responsibility of their respective authors and does not necessarily reflect the opinion of ezinepost.com. ezinepost.com  does not endorse any article and/or comments published by our web users unless otherwise noted. 

Member Panel

login to submit articles and more

StatisticsEZINEPOST.COM

  • » Active Categories: 419
  • » Active Articles:252096
  • » Active Authors:32163
  • » Active Members: 35787
  • » Statistics Updated:
    - Sat Aug 11th, 2018 01:04PM EST