Tag Archives: Canadian Poetry

Poetry: Time Will Stop

Time Will Stop The true nature of my loss was revealed. Understanding flooded in. Everything before had been a fantasy. A routine and frenetic mimicry of sorrow. Never really grasping it. Never really letting the truth take hold. At dawn … Continue reading

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Poetry: The Dead Do Tell Tales

The Dead Do Tell Tales The dead do tell tales. Our beloved dead speak to us in codes. In signs. A flicker of light. A soft whisper in the darkness. They communicate in our dreams. The dead always tell tales. … Continue reading

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Poetry: The Dead Do Tell Tales

The Dead Do Tell Tales The dead do tell tales. Our beloved dead speak to us in codes. In signs. A flicker of light. A soft whisper in the darkness. They communicate in our dreams. The dead always tell tales. … Continue reading

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Poetry: Rise

Rise My wish to you Bound in anger and grief Sealed with a broken heart and shattered dreams Set aflame by the light of a canopy of stars Find peace Find forgiveness Your actions cannot break me Your sins define … Continue reading

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Poetry: Betrayal

Betrayal To survive when others do not takes courage The dead leave their shadows An echo of the space within which once they lived They haunt us Never fading or growing older as we do The loss we grieve is … Continue reading

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Poetry: Choose

Choose I’m finally choosing you The way I should have everyday Even though you’re not here to choose anymore I feel the strings that always held us together Holding me now Bringing me back to you My insides tied to … Continue reading

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Poetry: Goodbye

Goodbye. I always knew the moment Would come When the facade Of happiness Would no longer be enough That I could No longer turn a blind eye I realize I made a choice One I’ve always known I would make … Continue reading

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