Dear Mother, So Long Father

Dear Mother, So Long Father

A Poem by Carlouse

Sit here outside on a ledge, a bench...
the doorway to my prison...
the wind chills and my smile fades. Little by little your smile leaves me. Truly and surely tears stream down my face like a star streaks the night sky. The hazy moon, there lies a star...
 Alone by day alone by night...
 The hollow gestures you decree leave me. Day by day you neglect to see the portrait i weaved in pain and shame. In fear of losing you, the fear of never seeing you...
You neglect to see my smile. How it shines for you.
You neglect to see my blood swollen eyes that derive from missing you.
You neglect to see...

© 2010 Carlouse

Author's Note

uhm for anyone with trouble at home yur not alone

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Yeah its most definitely not a very happy one.
my families more of a shattered truth

Posted 8 Years Ago

anyone with trouble at home
not me, I don't have trouble with this kind of things, maybe start to have.
The poem, is really nice.
It's kind of lonely and sad to me, I am not sure is this your actual feeling you want readers ahve, I just feel lonely sadness deep inside this poem.

Posted 9 Years Ago

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Added on September 20, 2010
Last Updated on September 20, 2010



Omaha Nebraska, United States Minor Outlying Islands

I write to live and live to write...and i like b***s...alot...but yeah get to knnow me ;) more..

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