March 2nd

An important member of my family
Died March 2nd, long ago a tragedy
Now no mixed emotions
Just: spring comes with diversions

@D

4 Replies to “March 2nd”

  1. Feels strange to press the like button on something with such a haunting, melancholy vibe. Yet, I love the complexity and lingering feel of this poem. So, instead of just clicking “like”, I figured I’d comment and say that I really dug this piece.

  2. Thank you! After many years, an event like that, which needs divesting over the years, goes more to the background, even in the case of such close relative. @D

  3. I also notice how in the past I didn’t enjoy certain things as much as I could because of those pains and now: I look forward to joys like seasonal changes.

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