Tag Archive: grief

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

September Eleven

  It streams from a place of longing and pain that continues to flow as the clips and sound bites cloud chaotic space with noise memorial mentions of heartfelt grief intertwined with mementos… Continue reading

And a phone rang …

The wind whipped over his entire body. He enjoyed the weightlessness, the freedom, the rush of air. Strange. He wasn’t supposed to enjoy any part of this. He was falling. On purpose. The… Continue reading

A Distant Anguish

I waited for all to arrive here, A house-full of loved ones to stay, While out there a family was grieving, The end of a time spent away. My family packed in for… Continue reading

Dear Philip Seymour Hoffman…

Dear Philip Seymour Hoffman: I just found out this afternoon that YOU are Dead. I didn’t know you but your death matters to me. I am devastated and…so angry and really truly upset!… Continue reading

Dear Paul Walker

“I’m gonna carry this torch for you brother, with a forced smile on my face and I’m gonna open my heart just cause you’re telling me to,” Actress Michelle Rodriguez, on Twitter Dear… Continue reading

A Dream Farewell

"Are you… Dead?" "Yes. I am." "How do you feel?" "I don't know… I can't…I'm a bit cold." "Cold?" "Yes, cold. I feel cold. My hands are cold. My… I could use a… Continue reading

How BIG is Your Brave

Sophie didn’t think there was anything left for her. She reached for the small plastic bottle and held it in her hand. By lamplight in her bachelor apartment, the writing on the label… Continue reading

“Time Heals All Wounds.” Really?

I know what today is. I don’t need to hear it from the media or the newspaper headlines. I don’t have to be reminded by a friend or the cashier at the local… Continue reading