Grief Poem 124: It Would Have Been Enough by R.L. Nona If we had been given one more year to watch the sun set on the far mountains, float on our backs in salt ponds shaded by ancient willows that protest the weight of their leaves, and hold each other close as the seasons
Inspiring and touching grief poems and quotes for the loss of a loved one.
It is so amazing as I look around to see, everything glittering but yet I feel empty. Today was the day we said I do. .Who would have thought? Who would have knew. That you would leave me with a empty space in my heart, being when I first laid eyes on you. It was
My Love Didn’t End Anne Peterson My love didn’t end when you took your last breath, my love didn’t die when your eyes closed in death. If anything happened, I’m sure my love grew, from the tears that I’ve cried, and I still cry for you. When people are tired of the grief that
Their Sweethearts and Their Darlings By Mary Jane Hurley Brant In Honor of Mothers Finding Meaning Again Nov. 28, 2019 The moon sighed The day they died Their sweethearts And their darlings The breezes fair Mothers touched their hair Their sweethearts And their darlings Their looks forlorn For loved children born
THANKSGIVING The time draws near And the calendar says Thanksgiving is really here. Time to reflect and time to gather Thoughts of what to be thankful of. Thankful? I think not. My life is not full these days And to be thankful is beyond my grasp. But to give thanks? This, I believe, can be