Teardrop

t
e
a
r
d
r
o
p
.
a
tear
falls upon
her cheek then
another and another
there is nothing she can do
no end to the tears inside her heart
the expression of her deep sadness
her mind awash with fear and
dread of the internal drought
that is to become her
brain
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8 thoughts on “Teardrop

    • Thank you Denise… you are right, when I wrote it, I felt that very deeply. Now, in a big part due to my wonderful global community and friends (like you), I feel much less lonely and isolated. Still lonely for friends to actually visit though, as sitting home alone is not always easy. Probably the reason I make myself so busy! x

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