Choosing You

(Pocket Poetry)
by Jane Seabrook

(U.K)

Minute by minute and hour by hour

You carried me through the day.

By sheer force of will and determination

We kept the darkness at bay.

It was a day to hope for a better future,

A day to try and leave the past behind.

For I am sick and weary of grief

Exhausted with the burden of sorrow.

The past cannot be undone

But we can shape the future,

And as much as it is in my power to do so

I choose freedom and friendship and you.

Copyright © 2022 – Jane Seabrook. All rights reserved.

About the Author 

Jane Seabrook

Jane Seabrook is a poet with  a love of reading and music. She now teaches the piano to 35 pupils a week. Her poetry flows from real life experiences and personal loss. As a mother and grandmother, life is full. She has a strong faith and believes in kindness, always.

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