A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

A Bridge (a poem about parental alienation)

Her teardrops sting her face as the wind splashes them from her eyes across her cheeks. His lips tells lies each time he smiles. She is the shell of a woman, his mother, inconsolably weeping. He was her child, interrupted. Both of them have stood alone on an empty dock for almost two decades -separated- […]

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