Tag Archives: Grieving
10/31/2015 I feel a cold Autumn wind at my back, and rain, Walking away, or trying, from the past. Had She decreed that you were honest then, or could have loved me well – well, it would not change the … Continue reading
01-06-2014 I step outside on this morning into air as thin as nothing, some forty-five degrees below zero, when it moves. It moves. Ice forms casually, like an assuming guest, upon my beard and mustache idly tilted ground-ward on this … Continue reading
01-04-14 Silk pressed, caressed my shoulder. She whispered softly in my ear like petals falling lightly. Closed my eyes to promise with my heart my heart, forever (less ever, though not yet never, had we known). We sowed as dandelions … Continue reading
12-12-13 Something beautiful, stir my soul. Lift my downcast eyes and heavy Heart. Come, come upon me some Subtle joy that rends some sweet From a savory tear escaping. Some drop of bliss come soothing, One, if one can come, … Continue reading
It’s the saddest thing in the world.