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The Funeral
I stand at the doors of the funeral room afraid, afraid- of how I am going to get through this day; knowing the end was coming did not prepare me mother, no one is ever ready for a beloved's last gasp of life. Inside the room, I gulp my sorrow and stand frozen, the room glows with soft hues of many rose pink flowers; in peace you lay with all the ravages of illness erased, and inside your coffin you are wearing your rose pink dress. I know this moment will be with me for the rest of my life, just you and me alone- with the scent of roses wrapped around us; oh, I am filled with emotions and my body feels like a heavy stone, my heart is completely and totally shattered and forever broken. There is nothing, I could have done to keep you alive, because I would have- I feel hallow inside, lost and I hurt all over; but you have always taught me to be strong and have courage, so, I whisper- love you mommy and touch your cold folded hands. And I kiss your lips with words just for us; till I see you again mother . . . until then . . . g o o d b y e. Then, I put on a smiling mask and greet your visitors . . . ______________________________ June 21, 2019 Poetry/Verse/The Funeral Copyright Protected, ID 19- 1159-180-02 All Rights Reserved. Written under Pseudonym.
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