Wednesday, March 18, 2009

3 word wednesday

Burden
Natural
Ubiquitous



He didn't want to burden his children and his wife
despite the natural progression of death after life
Ubiquitous love filled his hospital room wall to wall
He took one final look, one smile before gods final call.

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13 comments:

skywind said...

A person should have the burden of living. Family, career, life, lovers, parents, children.
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ThomG said...

I went to a sad place as well. No problem in that, as well need that release. Nicely done story.

Tumblewords: said...

A sad and necessary place - nicely told, Lucy!

Just someone said...

A sad tale indeed, but poignant nonetheless...

really touching post!

anthonynorth said...

Beautiful, poignant words.

Giggles said...

Very sad Lucy....but well said!

Love Giggles

Queen-Size funny bone said...

Sincere but very sad.

jay said...

There was a sense of peace in that. I thought it quite nice, despite the naturally sad content.

Angel said...

Wonderful, but sad.

Sepiru Chris said...

Lucy,

Funny, I don't see this poem as sad at all. I see it as quietly joyful.

Thanks.

Tschuess,
Chris

Heather said...

Beautifully written!

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

What an amazing blog you have going here LuLu....I love it!!! I followed you over from Queen Size Funny Bone. I hope that you don't mind.
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Tammy said...

If God calls me by name I'd smile too. Lovely Luce!