AFTER STITCHING (A WOUND)

a poem by Krzeslawa T. Skrzypczynska, Poland - poetry writer, author, poet

This constant stabbing pain the whole existence
alternately it was reminding sciatica pain
and, like this broken pipe, like it being pulled out
over and over
terrible stinging in plaguy knee
alternately, still, alternately
painful is differently
it is killing a silence with my hiss
which is passing through the teeth
despite the night
in which many wanted to fall asleep
telling themselves colorful dreams.
I used to close my ears with a buckle of pain,
I was on the alert despite the need to fall asleep
I heard the inhabitants’ turning over
and their loud breaths
I was watching over like a guard
of everyone's peace.
I learned to distinguish
strokes and gray furniture
I was holding onto hope
that during the day it will be ...
more legibly.

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