|This is a very touching poem. (I´m not sure why you call it ¨Silent Poetry¨, but that´s an intriguing title.
It´s interesting that although the poem is written in rhyming couplets, the lines are not actually set up that way.
As for as I can tell, you were not going for any set syllable count and that brings me to my one major criticism of the poem. There are times when it feels like syllables have been crammed into the lines and it does not flow as well as I would like.
Many years ago, I was told that a poet should avoid conjunctions, articles, and prepositions even if it means bending the rules of grammar a little bit.
Dedicating this poem, isn't as hard as it seems
Dedicating this poem, not as hard as it seems
It's hard to comprehend, or even try to understand. Why the Lord would take a life, that now has just began.
I would eliminate the word, ¨even¨ and possibly the word, ¨now¨.
Those are just a few examples of how I think this could be tightened and made more effective.
On a sadder note, I have to say that the last lines of the poem make me wonder a little bit. Is the narrator talking about her own death? That brings the poem from moving to kind of depressing.