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Will You Miss What I Write..

Will you miss what I write,
If I go away?
Or can you live with it, not notice, or with the loss, be ok?

Are the words I write with my hand,
Worth it, worth the pain, worth the reading,

Do you give a damn?

I wish I knew,
I really do,
But no comments come,
Nothing said,
No feelings, no praise, no complaints,
Nothing, nothing... no message, no words....


None..


I come here to read nothing,
Though I write so much,
But no one shares ME anything
A leper i guess I am, for you run at my attempt to your soul to touch..

I guess I dare too much,
To share my hopes, my wants, my dreams..
And will, as you wish, stay silent

And give you what you want:


Nothing..

It seems..


So let me shut up,
And go away,
I guess I talk too much,
That's what you seem to say,
By saying nothing in return for my words i write,
So good night and good bye,
I'll do what's right.

Here I give what you gave to me,
So many, many, many times;

Nothing

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..

Nothing..


And just like you,


So many many times..
Katfather Katfather 51-55, M 2 Responses Aug 14, 2012

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You have definitely reached my soul and to stay silent would be a great loss to those who appeciate a true gift. Please continu;e to write and share with all who care to acknowledge true talent. The words above I have felt many times myself. A well written story indeed!

I loved your response about O'Reilly and did not know that. I love poetry myself and have tons of books with my favorite of all times being "IF" by Rudyard Kipling. I have a children's poetry book (just most Ebooks right now until I can finish paying for the whole thing) ready to be published in a few weeks finally I hope. I have been writing something or other since childhood, but love poetry and yours is much appreciated as I love poetry of all types but write mostly childrens because I just happen to think in rhyme. There are more people interested in poetry still than I thought and I was beginning to think it was a lost art for a while. Children's usually does better for some reason and I guess that is because they love rhyme as well so although I have written several poems more suitable to adults over the years, my first book is what I feel best at. I love children. Thanks for sharing the above poem. May God bless you in your future writing.