Tag Archives: grief

In memory of a sun

‘Tween still trees and tall shadows I wait for your voice. Throw the grey grass  A word of warmth. —————  The mother of a close friend and artist friend passed away yesterday. I heard so much about her, she was … Continue reading

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The Biscuit Tin Baby

You could hear my heart beating among the bourbons and my head touched the top of the lid, where I’d made little wrinkles in the metal from moving around. The strange thing was that people knew I was there, and … Continue reading

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Sometimes

Sometimes I imagine We fell and he lived. He’d be alone. But we have us.   Written: 23/08/2017 It’s strange to notice the quirkier ideas once the fresh blow of bereavement (a number of years) passes. I like poems that … Continue reading

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Blank

We found him, we lost her. Imagination weeps, grey rocks shriek. bitter heart breaks.     Written around 17/08/2017 Losing people and the aftermath of it is a sad and difficult place.

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