Crushed Bones

Crushed Bones

A Poem by Lyndsay Castro
"

a night of pain and loss

"

No words tonight, my foot

no loving touch or look

 

No song tonight, my tears

no excuses for these fears

 

A rhyming song of woe

but swollen eyes don't show

 

No birth or gifts of light

just struggle, yes, just fight

 

And tomorrow dawn shall come

but under covers am I shunned

 

No dove cry to be heard

no salve to be so cured

 

So farewell happy ground

I'm lost and can't be found

 

For lookers must but look

yet far from view I'm took

 

No words tonight my wrist

just ankle of soul twist

 

No song tonight my womb

nothing but this damp tomb

 

 

 

copywrite 2007 Lyndsay Castro

© 2008 Lyndsay Castro


Author's Note

Lyndsay Castro
an ode to chronic pain disorders and miscarriage

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I'm so sorry you go through this Lyndsay,
harships are hard,

mishy x, ;S

Posted 12 Years Ago


OMG!!! i am soo sorry..very well writen thouh you have gone throught soo much but still have high spirts... i think thats just soo brave...
lil sis

Posted 12 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Very nice write. Its beautiful.

Posted 12 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Wow this is very beautiful!!
It's a very nice thing to do to write about such a thing,Not enough people care!

Posted 12 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Very well written poem. I relate to the last two lines completely...Thank you for sharing. Debileah

Posted 12 Years Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Lyndsay Castro
Lyndsay Castro

Houston, TX



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