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The Face of Grief

Grief walked by me today. It was wearing all white, each pair of eyes holding pain the way only humans can.

The fifty or so humans walking by me wore white shirts that held a picture and a name. 336 more words


Starlit Grief

​The moon is not visible from my window
And this is good.
Starlight is more illuminating of grief.

I hold my ceaseless craving for your warmth… 56 more words

Life And Death And Hope

The Loss of My Father

One of the worst things I was told a lot when I found out my dad had terminal cancer was; “well at least you know it’s going to happen so you can make the most of the time you have left” or some shit like that. 1,429 more words

The Past

What Not To Say To A Fatherless Daughter

I was 40 years old when my father died.  That’s 40 years of spectacular memories with my father.  He was and always will be my hero. 723 more words

Dear Dad

Remember when you were were a naughty  little child, you wanted to grow up soon and experience the adult life because other kids would bully you and the evening curfew at home felt stifling. 274 more words


Sharing ... again.

Death is nothing at all.
I have only slipped away to the next room.
I am I and you are you.
Whatever we were to each other,

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Finding The True Meaning of Christmas Among Heartache

5 more days until Christmas!!!!!!  5 more days until Jolly St. Nick pays us a visit.  The holidays are upon us and we have just 5 more days until the most wonderful time of the year. 1,029 more words