Posts Tagged ‘support’

Twere It Me: Romantic IMprov Rhyming Haiku

July 2, 2017

I see her deep pain./
I know how I would have been./
I’ll help grow her heart.

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Waiting For Support: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

March 29, 2017

She knew it would be/
a tough evening. She lent him/
no support. Bye bye.

She Was Never Alone … Was She? Revolutionary IMprov Haiku

November 15, 2016

To those who stood by/
her, even in subtle ways,/
she wasn’t alone.

Dump Your Escape Plan: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

November 7, 2014

Life IS sometimes tough./
But nuke your escape plan and/
make one to live by.

The Adversary Versus Me + God: Revolutionary Email Haiku

June 24, 2014

The Adversary/
may make you feel foolish, but/
that’s why God made me.

I Wish I Could Ease Her Pain: Revolutionary Email Haiku

March 21, 2014

If I knew her, I/
would give her a hug. I don’t,/
so I’ll pray for her.

Wing Waiter Anxiously: Revolutionary ConTEXTing Haiku

March 19, 2014

She waits in the wings,/
not knowing the outcome, but/
he is glad she’s there.

Missed Independence: Romantic ImproVerse Haiku

November 26, 2013

I tried to be a/
support for her. She doesn’t/
want that, so I’ll leave.

OR
She didn’t/
want that, so I left.

Our Lives Are Wrapped Up Again: Revolutionary IMproVerse Iambic Poem

September 20, 2013

Two grandchildren of good friends have childhood cancer. I am no longer the common link. I wrote this about that experience.
For more information on both, plese visit:
KissesforCami.com and
Beckhamsbattle.blogspot.com
and support however you can.

Our Lives Are Wrapped Up Again

My son’s best friend
is now a mother
who’s going where your child has been
And is.
You may think I’m not there.
You may think
That I don’t care.
But because I care as deeply as I do,
I have respected the silence from you.

I know you have duties and obligations to keep.
I know you have worries and thoughts which deprive you of sleep.
I know that in trying to help at your daughter’s home,
you have felt, sometimes, left alone.

But you’re not.

Prayers are constantly being uttered
for you as well as your granddaughter.
But now this silence I must end
to help The daughter of my friend
and the son of my son’s friend.

For in your daughter’s voyage beneath
There is experience
and wisdom and surviving grief
which may bring sense
And some relief
and insights
and make a dawn
out of the night
and the fears
that bring tears
to so many.
If I had that wisdom,
I would share it,
but I haven’t any
except to bare it
and to show another the way
to the experience
that your daughter and granddaughter have today.

And so, while I respect your pained silence
heartfelt, wide and deep,
please forgive me if I that same silence
can no longer keep.