Tag Archives: grief

A Clock’s Tick

a moment, an instant in-between inspiration and plans before trauma and tragedy after the disbelief numbing all the air within depleted in an instant the impossible possible air riding a tempest fled knees not supporting collapsed searching for answers gone … Continue reading

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Compression

The day came, the news came, her destination broken, the road made hollow too soon. Compression, contraction, a heart stopped, each thought an ache inside. Emptiness swept aside loneliness, his place forever absent, a lifeline detached. Wandering nights, ghostly eyes … Continue reading

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Empty Answers

At a window that was forever the night she sang from the emptiness that knew her heart’s deepest longing. Starlight accepted her questioning and wiped her silver tears when moonlight found her grief. Even if she counted the stars there’d … Continue reading

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Sideways

Dreaming sideways, casting aside residual sorrow to tumble evermore into a valley burning. Loss, it cried, liquid silver caressing her cheeks while a gasping heart choked her throat. Standing sideways, swaying in mourning sunrise pain where hushed breaths came earlier … Continue reading

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Cats of My Heart

This is, quite simply, my ode to four of the girl cats who graced my life. These four were special to me. The ache in my heart says so. Why all girls? The bond. The male cats I’ve had were … Continue reading

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In Memory

In that moment so brief in our lives my heart thawed because you found my light. I wanted to embrace you, but darkness fell and we passed out of sight. New paths carried us in opposing directions, taking us farther … Continue reading

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The Way of Things

It’s difficult to navigate in a tailspin. I’ll be okay. I’m a survivor, so I’ll survive. I’ll move on. It’s been a rough week so this post is to let everyone know I’m putting off some of my online plans … Continue reading

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