- Grief is wanting to bear witness to and comfort the pain and suffering they experienced.
How will I survive when my only child is gone?
I will have no future to rely on; Why was this done?
I will never make a graduation of any success for you!
No wedding, no parties, No grandchildren; What am I to do?
I think of all what should have been deserving for you today.It's hard to be happy for someone else when I'm feeling this way.
I feel my whole life's legacy has been torn away from me;
Living life hopelessly; How can this be?
I scream to the Heavens, "I'm so hurt, Why did this happen?"
"Will I ever feel the same? My heart is so broken!"
I will live for your honor and celebrate you in every way
But I will be grieving for you forever; each an
- Grief is sometimes a vow to fulfill wishes of the dead.
- Grief is believing every pebble is a gem.
- Grief is saying you are forgiven or forgive me.
- Grief is turning ordinary objects- a hairbrush, a note, a pin- into Sacred vestiges.
In your beauty, how to make poems.
You dance inside my chest where no-one sees you,
but sometimes I do,
and that sight becomes this art.
- Grief is saying thank you.
Grieving Mother, Joanne Dennis Mason Altizer, via ~Peggy's Photos