I Realize Something About Mourning Someone

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    Someday You Will Welcome Me Home

    Dear You, I suppose there will come a time when I’ll finally accept you in past tense but for now days have turned to weeks, weeks turned to months, and months turn to years and you are still very much present in my heart. Did you hear me talking to you today? Are you still...
    fungirlmmm fungirlmmm
    46-50, F
    3 Responses Jun 15, 2011

    I Miss My Sister So Much!

    I lost my sister Sandy this year,to breast cancer! She fought as long as she could! I miss her so much! I miss talking to her,,I miss seeing her!( I just miss her) ! losing my sister ,is the hardest thing, that I have ever experence in my whole life!!
    truefree truefree
    51-55, M
    Apr 23, 2011

    They Don't Have To Be Dead

    Sometimes circumstances take a person away or change a person so significantly that you lose them even as they still live.
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    1 Response Jan 7, 2011


    It slows you down. The more time you spend mourning the death of someone, the less time you have to live your life. I know what it's like to lose people, but you can't stay on it. As my mom always says "Throw the flowers to those that can smell them, not to those who can't." I...
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    1 Response Feb 3, 2010

    My Father Died

    I realize something about mourning someone, that when it is someone very close to you saying good bye can be so important.  Even if they do not know you are near I want to touch their hand or kiss their cheek.  It would be for me, my need to be close to my father at the...
    mollydd mollydd
    6 Responses Nov 14, 2009

    I Believe.............

     That I'm not really mourning them per say. It's more I'm mourning the absence of them in my life. I mourn for the experiences we no longer get to share, the love that perhaps has passed us by. I mourn my uncle because he was one of the best men I knew. I mourn because I...
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    Apr 7, 2009
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