Jody Talibart

(Montreal, Quebec)

Release


In the hushed privacy of night
my heartbreak at last overflowed
bursting forth like a wild river, undammed.

Blindly I searched the sky for the Unseeable,
for a reason no God could appease me with,
each tear drop a kaleidoscope of stars,
every suppressed sob, the lash of anguish.

The universe ran down my cheeks
in a thousand shining orbs,
each one a filled with the endless space of longing
as I silently spilled out a despair
that no starry sky could ever quell, that
no flower would ever soften,
nor sunrise consume.

~ Jody Talibart, © Copyright 2014

Submitted: Friday, March 28, 2014
Edited: Friday, April 04, 2014

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My experience of grieving, put into words as best I could. Just wanted to post this, as it is the unfortunate, shared experience of all people to deal with the loss of loved ones.

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