Unforseen A-W-E-S-O-M-E

At the time I was only a resident

With a 9 month lease on display, evident.

Everything I saw was dark,foreign and yet the hesitant

Sound of a gentle pulse was all that was relevant.

"Oh how they overlook, this one" I thought

Most see struggle, but I feel the pain she fought.

Each breath costs more than before. To give life, she sought

 

Early tha morning I came.

Quit night ripped by screams of pain.

Unusual fissures break wane

A lovey body she once laid claim

Loud thunderous winds force me to retreat to the white.

Some contraption grasps me tight.

 

Moments after the final tug. I simulate a state of drown

Over to the right, something soft holds me like a crown

"More pain is to come, little one, but I'll always be around

 

 
 
This poem is about: 
My family

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