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Fragment 8.001

Funerals every 120 days or less,

For 1890 day in a row-

Make it hard to smile.

But I do.

I will.

People just don’t understand, 69 more words

Writing

Mayday

Tomorrow begins the month of May. May used to be my favorite month. I love spring. I love the new leaves on the trees, plants emerging from their winter sleep and my flowering pear trees, that bloom white and make me smile whenever I see them. 576 more words

Okay Is All One Is: Biased Observations on Grieving

The process of grieving is an exercise in (un)subtle dissembly. Conjuring a collective hyper-normality, each one of us staggers against the other until the moment(s) when the contradiction overtakes itself, leaving behind a muddy sort of truth: this hurts. 241 more words

Mini-Essay

Georgina's paradise

(Most of the photos in my blog were taken from the internet. Credits to its owners)   

  Danny stared at his home of 65 years and it’s still the same. 503 more words

Life

Eulogy for Kurt

This is a copy of my eulogy for Kurt at his memorial service last night:

“This is an informal event, but I write better than I speak, so I have written my words down tonight. 909 more words

Death is a frequent visitor

Death is a frequent visitor
I have seen him walking  by from time to time,
Sometimes I gaze at him through my window,
Hide immediately when he glances back, 279 more words

Poetry

Funeral Arrangement Cabinet Card

Card measures 5″x8.5″. Brown border and back, some wear/damage to card, particularly lower right side, but overall good condition.

Cabinet card is an antique photograph of a funeral flower arrangement.

ON ETSY

Mourning