Tag Archive: grief

Dear Anton Yelchin

Dear Anton Yelchin: In the darkness of night, you left us. A tragedy unimaginable. You weren’t daring fate. You weren’t living large. It was just an ordinary day. Twenty-seven years abruptly end. Those penetrating… Continue reading

SLICED

  Sliced through anguish rips heart the minutes shatter and freeze numb still a new year comes calendar date carved in pain. Paula Antonello Moore, Poetry. Copyright: Friday, January 8, 2016. Dedicated to A.DelR. Photo Credit:… Continue reading

In the Grip

Morning rises still Tears of last night keep flowing The open wound wakes.   The world watches us Our faces, candles, flags wave We mourn in spotlight.   Will peace ever come? Hope, courage thrive in the day But night renews… Continue reading

Today is Her Birthday

Today is his birthday He will wake content His big plans will consist of a lunch date on the fly with colleagues The best part will be his favourite home-cooked meal with his… Continue reading

Can You See?

Just for a minute It all lies secure Your head is so clear there’s nothing to fear Just for a second The steps are concrete You breathe in at peace a calm and… Continue reading

A Mess of Tears

Written in the evening of Thursday April 23. I’m a mess! My eyes are wet and puffy and they sting. My heart feels like it’s been ripped out of my chest. And for… Continue reading

Cecil

I want to tell you of a man who’s heart was grand and dear Who wore his smile, a rainbow shield, in thoughtfulness and cheer. Unfazed was he by life’s curve balls, devoted… Continue reading

Sometimes…I Need Colour

I’ll take your pain and say a prayer I’ll weep with you in your grief I’ll pause in the silence But sometimes, I… I’ll write a note in kindness I’ll be by your… Continue reading

Crushed

A breathless face lies Memories in photographs Shock settles in tears. A numbness enters Smiles fixed frozen in young eyes Inexplicable sadness. A weak connection Crush heartache in times long gone Unforgotten clear.… Continue reading

I Can Only

I can’t see the smiles in faces surrounding I can’t feel my feet I can’t bear the weight that is crushing me I can’t see the memories I can’t read the signs I… Continue reading