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Rise from an early grave

I’ve been driven underground

subconscious graveyard

In the domains of death

My life tragic pain,

The pain of existence.

A future renaissance?

A lively revolution? 22 more words

Poetry

The fallen

It was in the evening of your life

when your body gave way

and you sank to the floor.

Even though I wasn’t there

I have never stopped seeing you fall… 154 more words

Poetry

Crayoned Heaven

think of the worst book

Each page, each word, each sentence

Awful for a long time until

They are re-written

With the simple line drawings of a child… 68 more words

Child Advocacy

Chapter 40: Saying Goodbye

Last year as November rolled in to December and the weather began to warm up my family made the long drive to visit my grandmother. We visited her for a few days. 698 more words

Blog

A Nurse's Wish for the Grieving During the Holidays

While the holidays are often a time of food, celebration, and reunion, they can also be a time of deep grief and loneliness. The holidays can represent the void of a loved one who has passed. 57 more words

Blogging

More Than Enough

The word for today, “Look at what you have left, not what you’ve lost.”  That word is so right on.  I’ve lost my beloved husband but I have 3 children, 2 in-law children, 8 grandchildren and so many wonderful memories.  75 more words

Grief