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Our good friend Bernd
He died today,
What else is there left to say?
Thirty-two is too young to die,
No one got to say good-bye.

Who can tell us where you are?
Or where you could have been?
Too many people left to mourn,
Our trust in God becomes a sin.


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The following comments are for "For Bernd"
by Queen of the Hill

Talk about sin
I'm sorry. I'm glad you put in the effort, and I'm sure this means something personal to you, but it's nothing I couldn't find in a greeting card.

( Posted by: Boy Howdy [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )

Confusion
I like it, but it maoral fibre. What are you trying to say, is this a good thing or a bad thing. I'm confused, is this part of a larger narrative?
I don't know where you're coming.

( Posted by: Bigyellowmonkey [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )

I agree
I agree with you completely, but I had to write something, and I admit I am not worthy to use the term "poetry" on anything I write. And yes, it is personal.

( Posted by: Queen of the Hill [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )

Dumb question
Bigyellowmonkey man, that was a real dumb question. When is it a good thing when someone dies? I am far from being a good writer, but at least I give it a shot.

( Posted by: Queen of the Hill [Member] On: September 19, 2003 )





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