Pain Grows Well In This Soil - Prose

The rows were plowed once again
Sowing the seeds of bitterness
The tears dug deep this time
They forgot about tenderness
I let it happen
The fields awaited
A meadow
A mountain

It’s all the same
What is meant to be
Is meant to be
And what will die

And what will grow
Will soon depart
As always
And another tear
Will dig deeper than before
Because pain
Grows well in this soil

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Senoritaa 5 years ago

These lines bring out the true essence of the poem:

A meadow

A mountain



It’s all the same

Great job again.

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duffsmom 5 years ago from Pacific Northwest, USA

Well done!

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Deborah Brooks 5 years ago from Brownsville,TX

Wonderful...awesome the line...Because pain grows well in this soul....voted way up..debbie

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pmccray 5 years ago from Utah

Simply awesome. Beautifully done, thank you for sharing.

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The Suburban Poet 5 years ago from Austin, Texas Author

@senoritaa - Thank you! I guess I was thinking we have different problems but we're still here and all share a common fate....

@duffsmom - Thank you!

@Deborah - Thank you again! I guess I thought of tears plowing a field over and over in each season of pain... why would it continue to plow if there wasn't fruit to bear?

@pmccray - Thank you!

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PDXKaraokeGuy 5 years ago from Juneau, Alaska

very nice, Mark. I like this!

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