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Old letters to lost loved ones

Sorting through old paper work i came across this, its a good few years old but I have realised that although I planned on shedding the pain, it still lingers in the back ground, coming out every now and again to smack me upside the head when I least expect it. One day I know, …

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the end of the first year

well Da, here we are, where my journey without you began. My heart and mind has learnt a few new tricks during this particular year of firsts, some healthy but most not. How do you let go of something that has been a mainstay in my life for so long? I cam’t, so I hold …

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in the darkness

Watching you sleep, counting the breaths, the coughs, the sighs, praying there will be a next one, and a next yet wishing it was the last for you, ¬†holding your frail hand, the one that used to be so strong I feel my misery trickle down my face. It’s hard to be so strong, to …

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the hammer blow

the moment the words are said, is the exact moment your breath is taken away, its like being sucked into a whirlpool of silence, colours rotating around your spinning vision. Your chest is heavy and you feel the helplessness bear down on your shoulders, condensing somewhere around your middle, forming into a huge knot of …

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wishing on a star

It’s one of those nights when I would love to be lying on a hillside all wrapped up in big woolies watching the night sky for the comets that are due to skim across like pebbles on a lake. I would love to be laid there with you, held tight, to believe for a few …

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another goodbye

It seems these last three years have been a mixture if new hellos and sad goodbyes for my family, we have had two births but 9  deaths, two of which were my mother’s brothers and both in the last 3 months.  The youngest of them we said goodbye to yesterday and the service chosen for …

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feeling helpless feeling hopeless

I have a friend who is suffering with a quite common condition, and one I have myself. This manifests itself in many different ways, from mild to severe rendering the person with the condition bedbound. I am lucky that  i can still function on a certain level but my friend is more complex and it …

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Old letters to lost loved ones

Sorting through old paper work i came across this, its a good few years old but I have realised that although I planned on shedding the pain, it still lingers in the back ground, coming out every now and again to smack me upside the head when I least expect it. One day I know, …

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