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Updated on April 3, 2014
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This might soften the mood of the poem> Seventh Heaven - CALMING MUSIC for Relaxation

It was a cry~

That shook rafters~

A howl~

An animalistic wail~

A sound I had never heard before~

Come out of me!


It was a cry~

A deep down call~

From all my extremities~

Never did I hear such a foreign yowl~

Come out of me!

It was a cry~

A holler to reach every soul~

The loudest desperate moan to reach GOD above~

The deepest wrenching I ever felt~

Come out of me!


It was a cry~

Of great sorrow~

A mourning bellow~

That had to be heard all over~

Come out of me!

It was a cry~

A convulsion~

As I heaved with the beginning sobs~

So thunderous~

I was in disbelief they~

Came out of me!


It was a cry~

Only a mother would blare~

It was empathy only another parent would know~

Deafening balling grief~

Coming out of me!

It was a cry~

A blubber so surreal~

I hurt so bad~

I weeped and weeped~

Until there was nothing left to~

Come out of me!


It was a cry~

Of endless tears~

A loneliness like no other~

There was no consoling to be had~

Only deep moans~

A relentless rocking~

I heard and felt~

Come out of me!

It was a cry~

For my lost unborn babes~

It was the end of life as I knew it~

A shock I would not shake~

Come out of me!


It was a cry~

That would keep deep damage on~

My very being~

As a part of me died that day~

As a part of me died that day~

An animalistic wail~

An earthquake that~

Came out of me!

It was a cry~

To last years upon years~

A wound that would never heal~

A frightening loss~

My psyche could not bear that~

Came out of me!


It was a cry~

That shook rafters~

A howl~

An animalistic wail~

A sound I had never heard before~

Come out of me~

Alas~

I fathom~

I could never take that~

Unbearable pain again to~

Come out of me!

It was a cry~

I still cry~

As my tearful solace often~

Saves my sanity~

As I console grief with faith~

That in Heaven someday my~

Babes will be once again soothed by me.

By Lisa J. Warner AKA Lisa Luv

CopyRight4/03/2014@LisaLuvLLC

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      Thank you aviannovice, It took decades to write... Have a wonderful day!

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      Deb Hirt 3 years ago from Stillwater, OK

      I could sure feel the anguish in that poem. You accomplished what you set out to do.

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      voice of pen Thank you so much... have a wonderful day!

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      oloyede oyebola 3 years ago from lagos nigeria

      it was a cry!

      cry of both the innocent and the wicked. lovely piece

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      Thank you so much Gypsy Rose Lee ! May you have a lovely day filled with peace...

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      Gypsy Rose Lee 3 years ago from Riga, Latvia

      Shines with emotion and courage. God bless.

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      grand old lady Thank you very much! May you have a lovely day...

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      Mona Sabalones Gonzalez 3 years ago from Philippines

      I'm very sorry for your experience. Something like this can't be forgotten, even after 24 years. I applaud your courage in writing this. In doing so other lives are touched and courage is shared.

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      Vincent Moore I am speechless with the comment you left. Thank you so much for taking the time to read this poem of mine. I did not have the same heartache as a child but as far as parent alienation goes from a nasty divorce I certainly am hurt, confused why, and have to take the same frame of mind as well as keeping the faith that someday my children will come around. After I had my two beautiful boys I became pregnant through much infertility sacrifice (as I also did to achieve all my pregnancies) with twins. I like to think of them as my twin girls (Alisa Jean & Maymie Marcel) whom I will see in Heaven someday. Thank you again so much for your comment... May GOD always bless you greatly!

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      Vincent Moore 3 years ago

      You describe so beautifully sad the heart wrenching, gut ripping feeling of a cry. I must confess, that I've had it often, especially in my past. As a boy and teen, I cried much in my house, seeing and witnessing abuse of my dear mother, I could have filled a lake with the tears me and my siblings shed. Then later in life, losing the love of my children through a nasty divorce, I cried over that loss. I also spoke to God, yelling and screaming, why me, why me, and I heard the gentle whisper to be calm, this to in time will pass. It did and my life has changed for the better now, my children will come to me when they are ready. Now I simply write in the quietude of my life. Thank you for this beautiful poem, I felt it, as if it was inspired by a force only believers can feel. I wept.

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      Lisa J Warner 3 years ago from Conneticut, USA

      sallybea & Rolly A Chabot Thank you for reading and your kind comments... I am sure for some it is a tough one to read as it was 24 or more years I could finally bring my self to write it. Thank you all for your faithful support.. Have a wonderful day... GOD Bless..

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      Rolly A Chabot 3 years ago from Alberta Canada

      Hi Lisa... I woke early this morning and found your poem and was very touched. Recently I studied in depth the subject of the loss of a child of a friend and you can will be assured you will someday sooth the babes.

      Children are a gift from God, we may question why and yet we can be assured He is looking after them, your faith will look after you ...

      Hugs and Blessings

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      Sally Gulbrandsen 3 years ago from Norfolk

      Lisa Luv

      This is gut wrenching stuff - superb writing - only a mother could describe the loss and love for feels for her babes, lost and now in heaven. Voted up and Awesome +++

      Sally