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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Three Word Wednesday Promt~





Hollow; adjective: Having a hole or empty space inside; (of a thing) having a depression in its surface; concave; (of a sound) echoing, as though made in or on an empty container; without significance; noun: A hole or depression in something, or small valley; verb: Form by making a hole.

Misery; noun: A state of feeling great distress or discomfort of mind or body; a cause or source of great distress or discomfort.

Shallow; adjective: Of little depth; situated at no great depth; varying only slightly from a specified or understood line or direction, esp. the horizontal; not exhibiting, requiring, or capable of serious thought; (of breathing) taking in little air; verb: (Of the sea, a lake, or a river) become less deep over time or in a particular place. 




The knock on the door brought the unbearable news
The loss of her husband
The man of her dreams
It was more than she could bare
The misery left her hollow inside
Which gave way to the shallow breathing
Her heart broken
As the tears streamed down her face
Staining it with the sweet dew drops
Of the innocence's of love
Left only in its wake a broken heart
Clutching to the papers that held the news
With memories rushing her mind
As it sinks in
The misery of loss
Would leave her hollow
Her life would seem so shallow
Without her husband  beside her side

~Beth~



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Have you ever received news that left you in misery you couldn't bare?






6 comments:

Thisisme. said...

Lovely poem today Bethe. The only time I have felt like this is when my mum and dad passed away. May I wish you and all your family a blessed Thanksgiving my friend.

christopher said...

Indeed, you have evoked the scene. Happy holiday to you.

Sheilagh Lee said...

Aw this is so heartbreaking

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Hi Beth,

I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving
full of happiness and lovely memories.

Enjoy

x Fiona

Tammy @ The Stitching Coop said...

Oh my... heartbreaking. Beautifully written but heartbreaking. Tammy

Chris said...

Love the poem.