Category Archives: Death

Do You Remember?

I’m trying to re-connect with a book on dealing with grief over the loss of a spouse.  It was upbeat in that it suggests the spouse does not have to say goodbye, but can carry the loving memories with them.  … Continue reading

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Thinking about something else…

Author Unknown DEAR ANCESTOR         Your tombstone stands among the rest; Neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out On polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care It is too late to … Continue reading

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SOFT LANDING

Sure,  time’s moving faster, whitewater rafting between treacherous shoals. Slow it down, slow it down! Time’s winged chariot catches one’s breath. How to gentle into a peaceful landing…How best to live until we drift into the long day’s end?   … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on Shame and Guilt

(I punched the wrong button somewhere along the line and can’t post images any more. My screen says: (Technological message doesn’t print on blog, just Dashboard). If anyone knows what to do please advise. Back to this post: [Well, there … Continue reading

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I JUST DIED

What’s it like? Like nothing else. I’m liquid, and by the way I am we, not me. Not gotten use to it yet. It’s kinda like I’m my own blood stream –or, I mean we are. Life is everywhere, and … Continue reading

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Poem for d’Verse

POEM On the day that I die will the world end or just me? If I write a poem will it die with me or will it stay on and let the world know that I was here and wrote … Continue reading

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I put this image on my last post…

And  got the feeling that if I were looking at this image when I died I would surely die with a smile on my lips and peace in my heart.  It’s like a glimpse into the truth, I guess, whatever that … Continue reading

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