Loss of Love

Loss of Love

A Poem by Csa
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It's impossible to describe the feelings one get after the death of a loved one as time progresses, but this is my attempt.

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One hour, two hours, three hours, four.
This can't be happening, I mean, just an hour before...
Five hours, six hours, seven hours, eight.
What just happened? I can't remember the date.

One day, two days, three days, four.
Grandma died recently. That's what I came here for.
Five days, six days, seven days, eight.
I wonder how she's doing? Has she passed Heaven's gate?

One month, two months, three months, four.
I can't stop crying. Memories of you keep flooding, more and more.
Five months, six months, seven months, eight.
I'm sorry for acting so spoilt, grandma, but I guess now it's... too late.

One year, two years, three years, four.
Your death doesn't matter to me, no, not anymore.
Regardless of time, I still see your face.
You'll be in my heart forever, grandma, and remember, that's <ALWAYS>.

© 2012 Csa


Author's Note

Csa
Try not to read it with rhythm; Read it SLOWLY

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This was a great emotional rite. I read it a little fast sorry. But uh sin? I love you but really rap? Ok I read it slowly and it kinda is better that way. I don't know how to explain it. Nice write

Posted 9 Years Ago


Deep, powerful write, Reading it slow is ike a Ballad, love it

Posted 9 Years Ago


Sorry, but I couldn't help but reading it in a rapper's voice and making it a rap song. :) I really liked this, though. Shows real emotion!!

Posted 9 Years Ago



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Added on June 3, 2012
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Csa
Csa

Mississauga, Meadowvale, Canada



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