I knew you were gone but I waited for you. In a haze of disbelief and shock I waited for you to walk up to me. Minutes and hours ticked over with family and friends moving about around me. Deepened looks of sorrow and pity shadowing their faces. But then it was as though I … More The Day You Died
As much as I try to escape it, that day has been on replay in my mind for the past few weeks. The lead up to the one year mark of the day life changed. Terrified at the thought of what emotions this day will bring me. Angry that this day has a place in … More 357 Days of a Widows Grief
There are times in life that it rains and it pours, storm clouds roll in and it feels as though they are here to stay. However, we weather it out and sunlight inevitably breaks through the dark clouds. Hold on for its light. … More Let The Sunshine In
His smell I only now know, as being similar to the bottle of cologne that sits in my drawer. His scent no longer lingers on the items he once wore. … More Forgetting The Unforgettable,
Just because I am yet to imagine it for myself, doesn’t mean there isn’t a great beauty and love yet to be discovered in the unknown. … More Beauty In The Unknown,
There he was. My imagination could not have created so much beauty, so spontaneously. … More Life After Death
I am open to admitting my day dreams of how blissful I imagine death to be. … More Life Longing Love and Death
“Sharing the beauty of your heart, allows readers a glimpse of your soul” … More Behind My Words
Can something that only survives out of love really be my predator?
Silence surrounds me in this prison, but my mind is screaming so loudly that surely he can hear my thoughts. … More On The Battlefield With Grief.
You are one of one hundred billion stars in our galaxy, one galaxy in an overcrowded universe. Do you see how small you are now in comparison? … More Open Letter To Myself,