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Death Poems About Louse

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Poem Details | by Teresa Harr-Pena |
Categories: angst, caregiving, death, me, me,

I Feel Like A Louse

I feel like a louse
Roger needs me there
He hates the loneliness
I really do care

He wants a companion
I cannot be the won
Myself and my children
Cannot replace his only son

I am locked in my own world
Inside is where I put the latch
To keep my children and me safe
So the angst of the world we don't catch

I know it seems selfish
Even cruel at times
But I need enough energy for my children
Please, God, give me a sign