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December 13, 2011 / amivglobus

Sumthin Sinister, Part 2

I got the C
but it don’t got me
scarred and scared
but burdens shared
are half the weight
yet sometimes late
at night I wake
and breathe and take
a moment to give
a prayer to live
and strength to cope
to a god I hope
believes as much in me
as I in He {or She}

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Note: Sumthin Sinister, Part 1 is here.

This piece is part of dVerse Poets Open Link Night.

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  1. Joanne Elliott (@soulsprite) / Dec 13 2011 8:57 pm

    In those difficult times we do hope that something out there believes enough in us so we may continue to exist…or that our loved one may continue to exist. My husband had the C, but it didn’t get him.

    Nice sound in this. Thank you for sharing.

  2. colleen / Dec 13 2011 10:43 pm

    A nice prayerful rhyme.

  3. Laurie Kolp / Dec 13 2011 10:59 pm

    I clicked on the link and read the first part. There is so much depth to both of them. I hope your sister is doing better.

  4. kelly / Dec 14 2011 12:03 am

    so full of truth and feeling.

  5. brian miller / Dec 14 2011 12:11 am

    you know…i think they do….i hope you get that reassurance even in the midst of the C

  6. Charles (@shralec) / Dec 14 2011 12:59 am

    Draws a sympathetic hmmm… from me, having woken and said my prayers too.

  7. claudia / Dec 14 2011 1:18 am

    burdens shared
    are half the weight.. this is so true..and alone the knowledge there is someone out there who carries with us can ease the burden so much

  8. M.A.S / Dec 14 2011 2:59 am

    I really like the rhyme here. It is very progressive and dynamic. It helps keep a solid rhythm and really creates the optimistic voice I think you were after. Great poem!

  9. amivglobus / Dec 15 2011 4:53 am

    Thank you all for your comments. {hugs}

  10. gautami tripathy / Dec 16 2011 11:17 am

    Wonderful rhyming..

    elemental pulsations

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