Song of Grief

The grief shall pass out,
Time is a healer, they say.
The love gone is irreplaceable,
But sadness is temporary, they say.

I don’t know what to say,
I don’t know how to stand beside you.
The times are dark, very dark indeed,
The reasons are many, the ways are few.

You’re a warrior,
You shall see her reflections everyday,
In yourself!
Stand up for yourself,
That’s what She wanted,
I don’t know what to do, myself.

Remember, what She wanted,
She still wants to see you powerful,
It’s easy said than done,
But stand, I know you’ll.

The people around you are there,
To help you out, in these dark times,
I know the moment in painful,
Defies all your victories, but still they chime.

Rise up as and when you wish!
I am here to do whatever I can,
Little, it maybe, useless though,
But still of help, as a human.

10 Comments Add yours

  1. Yes, despite the grief, we must also continue to stand up. Thank you for this reminder.


  2. Ramyani Bhattacharya says:

    I understand each line. It’s really nice and beautiful, though poignant ❤️


  3. This poem effectively expresses the helpless we all feel when trying to comfort someone who has lost a loved one. In the end, all we can do is tell the person that we are there for them. Very well done, Rejoy! Have a great weekend! 🙂 Cheryl


  4. Love and loss, well done in capturing it. I do not how much of this is fiction and reality, but I do hope you are okay!


  5. Bryan Wagner says:

    Love that last Stanza. Thank you for this…..


  6. Ahh yes, the dark clouds of grief make life unbearable sometimes. All one can look forward to is the day when it gets easier to breathe. Beautiful poetry! Eloquent and profound.

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  7. INSA BATLA says:

    Simple yet powerful words.
    Truly amazing


  8. darellphilip says:

    A very emotive piece. Thanks for sharing. 🙏💛👊


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