Quiet Relief

Poem by: Brian Peza Perrins

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I wrote this for my sister-in-law after she recieved the all clear from a cancer scare

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Submitted: December 07, 2007

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Submitted: December 07, 2007

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A darkness falls inside your head
The fear of news that reality may shed
 
No comfort arrives to ease your fear
Deafening silence is all you hear
 
The weeks pass by, day into night
Where’s the letter to end your plight
 
Sitting, waiting, is that the door?
In the hallway there’s a letter on the floor
 
Amid the fear, anxiety and grief 
Emerge elation of quiet relief
 


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Quiet Relief

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I wrote this for my sister-in-law after she recieved the all clear from a cancer scare

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