Two Myles Alone

Two Myles Alone

A Poem by P.H. Carver

Dr. Myles and his wife,
Lived with their son on the hill,
Three Myles alone,                                         
Happy if you will.    
  
Fast forward three years,
Dr. Myles alone,
With his wife on the hill,
The son is gone.  
                               

Sad and alone,
The Myles did wonder,
What could've been,
If son we're still here.

Three years ago,
Before son left home,
Father embraced son,
"Good bye Jarome."
                                                                                   
With a tear in his eye,
Son said to dad,          
"You're a saint, "he said,
"Saving the weak,                                                       
Healing the lame."                             
    
To mother he turned,
With greif in her eyes,
She embraced her son,

For one last time.

© 2011 P.H. Carver


Author's Note

P.H. Carver
It's been awhile. What do you get out of this poem?
Constructive criticism welcome. :)

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EMF
It's my second or third time of reading this and each damn time it's got echo's of Michael by Wordsworth, but infinatley more enjoyable and accessible. I still love it

Posted 9 Years Ago


A poem of separation and sadness. Kids grow up and leave home. Take a while to get use to the silence in the house. A poem of real life for most parent. A excellent poem.
Coyote

Posted 10 Years Ago


My son is getting ready to move out on his own he wants to be responsible . so i can relate to this poem

Posted 10 Years Ago


I like this poem. I think a lot of young people cant wait to get out of their parent's homes. I even hear parents say "I cant wait for you to move out" but to tell you the truth I think all parents are afraid of losing there "babies" This is a great poem.

Posted 10 Years Ago


When we hear of a break in a relationship, does it make a difference that they parted courteously, with a final farewell? Maybe it does. A poem that deals with the ' I wish I had....'

Posted 10 Years Ago


I get......to read a really good and cleverly constructed poem x

Posted 10 Years Ago


This was so nice :)

Posted 10 Years Ago


Powerful stuff. Despite a couple misspellings, a very solid work.

Posted 10 Years Ago


No criticism here loved it was a little slow at first but ended was flawless

Posted 10 Years Ago


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EMF
I love the way your work leaves us, the readership, so many potential options for stories. Another exceptional work with an absolutley wonderful pace and flow. Brilliant work

Posted 10 Years Ago



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