When Will I Be Myself Again? “When will I be myself again?” Some Tuesday, perhaps, In the late afternoon, Sitting quietly with a cup of tea, And a cookie; Or Wednesday, same time or later, You will stir from a nap and see her; You will pick up the phone to call her; You will
Inspirational grief quotes for those coping with the loss of a loved one.
Survivors He has stopped trying to grasp her remoteness that he mistakes for calm, this cooling that accompanies the wintering of her grief. Since their daughter’s explosive departure, its echo like a slammed door, she has pulled in, and in, away from the pain, away from him. What he cannot know is how she slips
Of Continuum Having had and having lost parents, aged through nature; Having had and having lost loves, parted through living; Having had and having lost children, torn through confusion; Having had and having lost friends, passing through maturing; Having had and having lost through nature, living, confusion and maturing, yet I find anew
Last week’s People Magazine quoted Matthew McConaughey on his father’s death by heart attack in 1992. These are his words: PopPassing A boy loses his father, he quickly becomes a man. I was 22. I remember clearly the sobriety I felt in the pain of my father’s passing. The sorrow refined me, and I never
I’m Gone now, but I’m still very near. Death can never separate us. Each time you feel a gentle breeze, It’s my hand caressing your face. Each time the wind blows, It carries my voice whispering your name. When the wind blows your hair ever so slightly, Think of it as me pushing a