Sudden

A sudden knock,
a sudden scare
a sudden noise,
but no one’s there.

A sudden noise,
a sudden spark,
a sudden fall,
a sudden dark.

A sudden tear,
one last breath,
a sudden end,
a sudden death.

 

This is a poem I wrote in high school. While I was never suicidal myself, I often sympathized with those that might be. Still, to this day, I mourn for those that find life to be so hopeless that they would take their own life. This is why I share this poem.

Matt Norman

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Poem: Mom

Nine months in the womb,

you carried me through.

Every breath that you took,

I shared with you.

 

The miracle of birth,

together all the way.

From my first breath,

still together today.

 

Motherly love,

And such a caring voice.

You knew right from wrong,

but you gave me the choice.

 

Cause of all of your love,

and all that you do.

Our love and this day,

we all give to you.

Matt Norman

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