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Sea of Love

Flowing like the tides of the sea
Coming and going as you please
Tossing me into an abyss of wonder
Silence dawns over me as I ponder… 50 more words

Anchor me … always and forever.

Blogger: Beth

This past Friday, July 25th was the 8th anniversary of my husband Scott’s death. It’s not a day I look forward to, and I always struggle with how to mark this milestone in a way that feels meaningful to me. 927 more words

Grief

The old Lie

Dulce et Decorum est
Pro patria mori

Wilfred Owen, 1918

Months, if not years, start today of old imperial sabre rattling commemorating everything Empire.  If only the powers that be, had sat down to a game of…

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Remembrance

#8. of doubts and memories, and until we meet again

Today I write for you, under a starless, time-lit sky. I can’t trace the stars here, but I am tracing the constellations of my memories of you in the darkness. 640 more words

Project Blog

Remembrance Poppy

Hi every one sorry its been such a long time ive been busy crocheting and trying to sort the jungle aka the garden out.

Hope you all enjoying this sunny weather we having at the moment lets see how long it last for. 117 more words

Crochet

Sad News

 

The news evokes sheer disbelief

The loss is cast in stark relief

Like etching on a granite stone

For one you dearly love, now gone… 241 more words

A Good Home

My Dad Died Today

My Dad died today. He was 83. He had lived a long and productive life. A good life.

But.

He was my Dad. Dads are immortal, invincible and always there when you need them (and even when you don’t). 1,070 more words

Life