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It Begins Again

Here, in the land of the red rocks, I have begun my second book, the sequel to The Messenger. I suppose it would be more accurate to say that… 755 more words

The Invisible Wound

Those of us who have lost a child carry an invisible wound which we realize most of our loved ones and friends are not capable of viewing or comprehending. 845 more words

Grieving

The Chamber over the Gate

By Henry Longfellow

One of Mrs Thatcher’s attractive features was her unpretentious love of poetry. She hardly ever quoted a line or title correctly, as she would if briefed to do so, but mangled it slightly, suggesting genuine mis-recollection. 477 more words

Poetry

A Momentous Year

The morning of July 29, 2001, I woke up really early, and I knew the instant I woke up that I wanted to write Jason a special note for his 19th birthday. 406 more words

Death Of A Child

Believe it or not?

Does Religion matter? Are you a happier person because you believe there is another life waiting, or because you believe this is the only chance you are getting? 526 more words

Life

30 Poems I Am Most Proud Of #7

As someone who hopes to become a mother in the coming years, this was a difficult poem to write, but one which I had to put out there. 228 more words

Creative Endeavours

The Day My LIfe Changed Forever: August 13, 2013

5:47 am August 13, 2013

There was a knock on the door. I looked out the window and saw a cop car. Not good. Never a good thing to have a cop at your door. 18 more words

Grief