They said they’d let you go

‘Discharge,’ was the word they used

I thought it meant you were coming home

You did; just not how I thought you would

I’m looking for answers

Trying to fill the blank spaces

There are too many-

Unanswered questions, jargons

For ‘closure,’ I tell them

I need to understand

They say it’s your age

They say you were ‘feeble’

They say, the ‘intervention,’ you couldn’t take it

They say you refused to listen

They say you did not ‘respond’

I do not understand

How can ‘feeble’ have his way?

Did they mean them or you?

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10 responses to “Jargons”

  1. Andrea Stephenson Avatar

    Very moving Smitha, I can feel your pain through your words.

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    1. Smitha V Avatar

      Andrea thank you for reading. I know I need to stop writing sad poetry. But thats all that comes now.

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  2. boundlessblessingsblog Avatar

    Beautiful and so much depth in your poetry, Smitha. Lovely.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Smitha V Avatar

      Thank you Kamal for your kind appreciation ⚘


      1. boundlessblessingsblog Avatar

        You are always welcome dear Smitha.

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  3. judeitakali Avatar

    Deeply moving. I hope it gets better 🙏🏾

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    1. Smitha V Avatar

      🙏thank you Jude for the prayers.


      1. judeitakali Avatar


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  4. Athira Avatar

    Unanswered questions


  5. Athira Avatar

    A plan to propose you..


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