Poem: I Thought Wrong

I thought you’d eventually give it up. I never said I would. I thought you’d move past it or through it I never said I could.

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Poem: A Tiny Wooden Table NaPoWriMo #06

A tiny wooden table With a crocheted doily That fit the round top I took it home After she died I thought it would comfort me When I

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Poem: Rub My Back

A wife loses her better half A son loses his dad Side by side, smiling Talking with visitors Every once in awhile Strong hands on mom’s shoulders Slow

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Poem: Does the River Cry?

A thousand buckets of water In a flash Run by Gone But Does the river cry?

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Poem: Unniversary …a Haiku

Unniversary The date, oh wait, no longer Grief strong, love stronger  

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Poem: Losing it All …a poem of grief for L'Wren Scott

The game of lifeIs one of moneyWe do our bestAnd roll the diceSometimes winning bigSometimes losing big But it is a game EmbarrassedIn debtWanting to pay what we

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Poem: Swimming in Tears

Hot springs minerals Mix with my salty tears First stinging my eyes Then holding me up Each drop Soaking in Each drop A tiny buoy Each drop A

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Poem: Falling Star

Does anyone say I Miss You To a falling star? – About the poem: Things and people were never mine to keep. Let me be happier blessed to

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Poem: Her Smile

Her smile is her spirit meeting ours Her smile is the simple truth Her smile lingers in our hearts Her smile goes on Her smile .. About the

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Sadness no, Crying yes

I don’t believe that sadness has much value, but I do like a good cry. I jotted this sentence, “It is with great, great, great sadness that I

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