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.
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
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
A thousand buckets of water In a flash Run by Gone But Does the river cry?
Unniversary The date, oh wait, no longer Grief strong, love stronger
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
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
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
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
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