ramblings and things


 Poet's Home Page  Poetry Search    923708 Poems Read
 Other Poets  PoetryPoem  Sign Up!  Login

  Search The Web
   

Read Poetry
o Fruit Market Quartet- Thieving Harry’s

o Fruit Market Quartet - Humber Street

o Fruit Markets Quartet - Blanket Row

o Fruit Market Quartet - Prologue

o Broken Soldier



o Hearts

o Trouble Maker

o The Sad Tale Of Jesse James

o Uncreation

o Eye Clinic

o Starts And Finishes

o Prodigal’s Return

o Prudence

o 11th November

o 12 String Blues

o 1917

o 1950

o 1953 Disaster

o 1957

o 1968

o 2012 Anno Domini

o 300,000 unsmoked ciggies

o 444 Lives Later

o 4 contemporary limericks

o 4 Limericks of Despair

o 5 Modern Limericks

o 5 Modern Limericks (updated)

o 5 Mugabe Limericks

o 5 salutary limericks

o 7.62 SLR

o 9/11

o aa blues



[More Poetry] >>



  Sign Guestbook
  Read Guestbook
 
Moving on

Ghost comes to me every single night
With a sound like whispering breath
As she steps through from that waiting room
From that inter world between life and death
A sort of respite, she says, for those not yet ready
To move on, not yet accepting their current state
So, resting there in limbo
Until they accept their fate
Mortal life
Gone
And gracefully
Move on.
Ghost speaks with me gently
Doesn't have any sense of time passed
But I think she is nearly ready
Dread every meeting will be the last
Yes I think she is nearly ready
I think our talking has helped her face
The fact of her demise
She is almost ready for her state of grace
At first
It seemed
She
Was but a dream
But she has brought me inner peace
 I am so pleased
To be helping her release
But until she finally
Accepts here fate
I am here and
Anxiously wait
Until
Ghost comes to me every single night
With a sound like whispering breath
As she steps through from that waiting room
From that inter world between life and death









Vote for this poem

Please Comment On This Poem

Comments

 Email Address

 

Vote for this poem



 
 Privacy Statement       Terms of Use  © 2000-2019 ++++ Individual Authors of the Poetry. All rights reserved by authors