Finding my inspiration through the voice of music and poetry. Being creative and finding ways in making life easier and smarter for others.
I still remember the first day we met, it was a day at the office, so sweet, so humble, how could I forget? The days the months the years went by, yet you still remained so positively sublime Those days I felt my mind in a rut, you held me and said "all will be fine, I feel it in my gut", I always could see the stress you were under, You never uttered a word You took it like a soldier, Though it wasn't your blunder There came that one day, I saw you in pain, I called out for help, but they all looked away I phoned for an ambulance feeling something was not right, you cried out to me and told me your chest felt so tight Still then no one else came near, I held you close you were overwhelmed with fear, you told me about your son so loved and so dear, "You doing so well", please don't ever fear, immediately my eye's welled up with tears The medics did come doing all that they could, you then closed your eyes, I never thought it would be for good This memory will always pull my heart strings, as you will always in my eyes be "An Angel that hid her wings"
From one heart to the another
A very good friend came into my life but before I knew it, she was taken away.
Appreciate and embrace your loved ones and life.
The heart is something so powerful, it keeps you alive and never forgets.
© 2020 Mitara N
Mitara N (author) from South Africa on March 13, 2020:
Thank you for your precious comment Ruby,
It's not easy to express the heartache, when a loved one is lost. But to feed it into poetry, gives it a supernatural yet instrumental voice, that you feel is sent to the universe and the heavens.
Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on March 13, 2020:
This tugs the heartstrings, so sad to lose someone we love.