Poem about death and grief (Denial) by Darren Heart - Calculation Error

Darren Heart By Darren Heart, 7th Jul 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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The short poem 'Calculation Error' reflects upon the Denial stage of grief, by Darren Heart.

Calculation Error

The universe is broken,
There is something not quite right.
Absence clearly present here,
There has been an oversight.

A huge miscalculation,
We're a sum more than ours parts.
Error in the master plan,
To break up these loving hearts.

Is something wrong with Karma?
Was told you reap what you sow.
She was selfless to the end,
So some just deserts should flow.

No more equilibrium,
The balance is off by far,
To take the very best of me,
Leaves a never healing scar.

© 2014 Darren Heart


The short poem 'Calculation Error' reflects upon the Denial stage of grief and is taken from the book My Five Stages of Grief by Darren Heart.

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