Grief Tulip

Grief Tulip

A Poem by Death's Poet

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Grief is folding
I've now learned it twice
or did I ever know it before?
It feels so familiar
Stinging my left cheek
But my right feels frozen

© 2021 Death's Poet

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A very strong poem with a universal message. We become numb to grief these days which bleeds inside of us leading to profound depression. It is important to recognize the signs in order to begin healing. Thank you for sharing your poem.

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Added on August 2, 2021
Last Updated on August 2, 2021
Tags: poetry, poem, grief, sadness


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