I Can See Her

I can see her running through the grass,

Holding her sisters hand,

I can see her.

No one else can.

I can hear her laughing at the wind,

Singing and dancing with her twin,

No one else can.

Each time I watch one,

I see her too.

When one walks into the room,

I see her come in too.

No one else can.

I know why I see her.

I know why I hear her.

What I don't know is,

Should I?

Should every moment stolen by fate,

Play through my mind?

Should I live each smile that she was denied In my mind?

I can see her.

I can't image a time when my heart won't.

I can hear her.

But I can't touch her.

I will forever see you

My darling daughter,

Until the day comes,

When I can hold you.

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Susanna L Zulu

Mon 22nd Feb 2021 15:19

amazing poem.thanks for sharing

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Sat 23rd Jan 2021 22:45

Thank you for reading. I am glad you like it.

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Martin Elder

Sat 23rd Jan 2021 14:27

What a striking a poetic response for a grieving heart. Thank you for posting this.

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