She Knows.

Your absence brings me relief but also questions unanswered forever.
Lost in eternity they shall echo.

When I picture you face in front of me I see a man in pain.
A mind deranged by confusion and torment.
A man I pitty.

You won’t be completely gone until I too have left this planet.

You laid your torment on me.
You relieved your pain on me.

A deranged man trying to satisfy his deranged needs.

Death becomes thee, I must say.

A man highly respected by everyone except the youngest girl of his family. She knew his truth, she felt his pain. Praised by the society… Feared by this little girl.

I eye the sky with the truth in my face. I know… I know.

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3 Responses to “She Knows.”


  1. 1 glandheim October 14, 2006 at 4:38 am

    This poem raises more questions than it answers. I usually don’t like that kind of ambiguity.

    “You laid your torment on me.”
    “You relieved your pain on me”

    A crazy girl who died a long, long time ago did the same thing to me. Sadly, I returned the favor.

    “You won’t be completely gone until I too have left this planet.”

    And so it is true. There are times that I wonder if that’s the reaon I’m still alive.

    Good writing. I’m sure other people took a lot of other things from it.

  2. 2 glandheim October 14, 2006 at 4:45 am

    (Forgive me if I accidentally comment on this twice. It didn’t seem to take the first time.)

    This poem contains a lot of ambiguity of a sort I usually don’t like. Nonetheless, I like this one.

    “You laid your torment on me.
    You relieved your pain on me.”

    A poor, hopeless, crazy girl did this to me many many years ago. Sadly, I returned the favor.

    “Tou won’t be completely gone until I too have left this planet.”

    And the same is true with me. Sometimes I think that’s one of the big reasons I’m still alive. So long as I live, so does she.

  3. 3 solelyshe October 14, 2006 at 5:39 am

    It isn’t ment to be completely understood. It is something I had the need to write about, but I don’t want others to know what it is about.

    Some things are best written covered up in a poem.

    Thanks.


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