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loss

Triolet

It is not death I fear But the thought of dying The leaving of this sphere It is not death I fear The loss of those held dear Pains most, there's no lying It is not death I fear But... Continue Reading →

Where do lost memories go?

In a dusty, forgotten, drifting room Piano keys move by themselves In the mirror-world she plays Stroking delicate, milk-pale hands Over chords seen through a fog In a faded armchair an indentation sits Where he watches, listens, mourning Through a... Continue Reading →

#NaPoWriMo2017 #23

To Fionn   O our white, winter warrior With your gentle heart and hard head Your sharkish smile and lolling laugh Your determination to walk ahead O our faithful, beloved companion It's broken our hearts to say goodbye The memories... Continue Reading →

#NaPoWriMo2017 #10 – The Letter

To Dad It seems like yesterday we talked And then it seems forever No jaunty whistle, no witty sting I'll never hear your voice again Not to talk or laugh or sing The years are a lifetime Six years is... Continue Reading →

Haiku #10

Heart sore, silent weeps. Forever gone – the days drag on Alone. You left me.

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