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Poem via Les Miserables (spin off of Victor Hugo's poem)

Updated on October 18, 2011
Willie L., my high school love. R.I.P.
Willie L., my high school love. R.I.P.

He who does not weep, does not see;
Though I've cried so long, this soul seeks clarity.
Not for the understanding of what comes when last breath
we breathe,
but for the right to know another soul passed away in ease.
That I seek brevity, let no one cast iron stone
The night quickly fades
Yet, still, I am alone.

He who does not weep, does not see;
Lamenting, lambasting, ne'er life is promised
longevity
A friend's soft voice today
The echo of sorrow in the halls once they traveled
What is a man's fate, when before so selflessly
marveled.
Yes, I ask again to be enlightened from this pain
Morning has entered,
My soul balances on blustery winds.

Seek I the answer, give it to me with haste!
Leave me without sorrow
For these tears shall not be in vain
I am She who weeps, who sees and knows life's drenching
rain
When star and moon evolve as one entity
There shall I find my soul awashed in truth
Time will be the measure
Of my heart's undoing
But ultimately of its healing.
And to bed shall we put ~

He who does not weep.

For She will have shown He the answer lies in Eternity!






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      Alexander Thandi Ubani 5 years ago from Lagos

      A great poem. Life sometimes can be funny, sweet & cruel. We ask questions, sometimes in vain but other times with success. But we must keep living.

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      b. Malin 5 years ago

      Wow Satice, that was so Good! Your High School Love, looks like "Chris Rock". He could pass for his brother by that picture. Your Poem is an Excellent Spin off Victor Hugo's Poem. Voted UP!

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      b. Malin 5 years ago

      Wow Satice, that was so Good! Your High School Love, looks like "Chris Rock". He could pass for his brother in that picture. Your Poem is an Excellent Spin off on Victor Hugo's Poem. Voted UP!

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      Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

      Hi Satice! Your brilliance in the use of the written word never ceases to amaze me. Voted up, up and away!

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      satice_j 4 years ago from via the Bronx, NY

      I appreciate you taking the time to read my poem. Yes life can be all those things, and yet we are always surprised by it. Nothing is promised, you know! Again, ty!

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      satice_j 4 years ago from via the Bronx, NY

      Thank You, b. Malin! I always love seeing accolades from my fave writers on this site! Sorry I've been away, I'll be sure to check out what you've written shortly!

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      satice_j 4 years ago from via the Bronx, NY

      Thank You, Dexter! I hope you are well! Peace!

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