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Back To Black

They’re becoming the same
grief and I
terribly immersed in each other
terribly enraged
like a fat, black river hog
a scream that never stops… 32 more words

Poetry

Hope from...

There is hope that rises from

nothingness,

from the ashes of the fire,

the sandcastle rebuilt of the battered shore.

There is rejoicing from the grieving… 14 more words

Poetry

Did you know there are angels among us?

Have you even noticed that many who write do their best writing when in the middle of struggles?

Lyrics to Angels Among Us

I was walking home from school, on a cold winter day… 298 more words

Writing

Is Grief Normal?

Do you think it’s normal to grieve after a major loss? I used to.

In graduate school, we were taught that grieving was normal and we learned about the five stages of the grieving process developed by Elizabeth Kübler-Ross. 116 more words

Counting My Blessings (instead of sheep)

There are times in our lives when we realize it really does pay off to live with a partner, or to at the very least, … 699 more words

Journey Of The Month

The Vacation I Never Took

God, I’m tired. Like monumentally exhausted. I’d say my non-fatigued to fatigued daily ratio is 1:6. I’ve been distracted and stressed enough to forget important meetings, confuse my regular schedule (because it changes daily), and have panic attacks while taking out the trash. 586 more words

Life

Dinnertime

Last night we sat down to family dinner. I cooked two nights in a row. You probably don’t know what a big deal that is. I’m a good cook. 1,028 more words

Grief