Bellwether

Gravitating backwards she declines,

Liquifying to earths compressions,

Ruined but intertwined,

Cannot bypass innocent transgression.

 

Paved away from those dementions,

Couldn't shake her desolation,

Evolved to apprehention,

Never sought cooperation.

 

Colapsed underneath her onus,

Kitchen counters perceived lament,

Origins took her agony and yeilded service,

No longer on the offence.

 

Honor to those who support the grevers,

Honor to those who cannot be timid in times of  need,

Thank you Mother,

Thank you Father,

Your actions cannot ever go unreconized,

For I am alive.

 

 

 

This poem is about: 
Me
My family

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