It is a certainty that we all shed tears in one form or another over the years of our lives. However, could there be any common denominator between the tears shed by one generation to those of another. This introspective, original poem by Elle Smith, is perfectly titled, as 'Tears Over The Years' examines the common elements between the tears of a grandmother, mother and child.
Tears over the Years
Silently I watched my mother cry,
deep inside I truly wondered why.
Hide though she always did,
I knew.. as I was no longer a kid.
My tears came all too soon,
as the wrong person I did swoon.
Love melts our hearts to a rosy red,
emotions visible without words said.
Generations passed, my son arrived,
full of happiness, dreamily he resides.
Touched by life he started to grow,
all too soon he met life’s woes.
Those tears though years apart,
inside completely crushed my heart.
Dreams, aspirations and all our fear,
in a tiny tear completely disappear.
We hope that 'Tears Over The Years' resonates with you, as it is a beautiful sentiment to think that tears can melt away our troubles and woes, no matter how profound or challenging they may be.
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