tragedyPosted: August 27, 2015 Filed under: Words | Tags: death Leave a comment
How do we get through something this sudden and awful?
death is a giftPosted: February 25, 2015 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death, random thought Leave a comment
Death is a gift,
reserved for the naughty and the nice.
What’s the rush?Posted: October 5, 2014 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death, depression, random thought Leave a comment
What’s the rush?
You’ll be dead soon.
goodbye?Posted: July 28, 2014 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death, happiness, Love Leave a comment
I don’t believe in last goodbye’s. I’ve come to terms with the loss inside. And today, as I smile and laugh – it’s not that I am not sad. I’ve just accepted ALL that life has to offer.
RIP Anna MaryPosted: July 14, 2014 Filed under: general | Tags: death, Love Leave a comment
You loved me. You didn’t have to. But you did. From when I was born, to me helping you just last week. Mom was gone, and you stepped in. Not because you had to, because you wanted to. Because you were Love. We spent so much time together, and even when I was busy, we got to talk and be together and I will cherish that time forever. Now relax, and tell Pop I said hello.
I love you Nan.
Here Lies Richard AwesomePosted: December 17, 2013 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death Leave a comment
“Work In Progress”
everyone has painPosted: July 25, 2013 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death Leave a comment
No one can feel your pain but you.
But that doesn’t mean others don’t feel their own.
Blissful TidePosted: November 5, 2012 Filed under: to my wife | Tags: death, Love, poem Leave a comment
When I die, cremate me.
Let no one see what isn’t free.
Look inside. I’ll reside
In the blissful tide,
Patiently waiting for you
To dive in too.
heaven insidePosted: January 20, 2012 Filed under: daily musings | Tags: death, nightmares and dreamscapes Leave a comment
I truly believe Heaven and Hell are inside us. It is not a destination outward, but inward. And when I dream, I am able to spend time with loved ones and friends that I have lost. My Grandfather was there last night, and I got to speak with him again; to tell him I love him and he will always be with me.
Look inside yourself. It is not easy to lose someone, and it will never get easier. But they are not forgotten, and they don’t forget you. We will never fully understand our minds in our lifetimes, but what I say is true. Look inside yourself for the path to your heaven. And get some sleep.
dead but not gonePosted: January 20, 2012 Filed under: Haiku | Tags: daily haiku, death, nightmares and dreamscapes Leave a comment
when i close my eyes
and drift into my own mind
the dead greet me there.