With Me

by | Oct 27, 2010 | 0 comments


Sinking in- more and more each day.

You have died.

You- who was with me when I fell in love, who was with me when I dated, when I got engaged, when I got married, on my honeymoon, when I first saw my child’s heartbeat, in the birthing room…you were with me.

“You have your wonderful memories”- people say.

But the memories too are cut off, truncated, not whole- and so much less beautiful than they used to be when we shared them.


October 27, 2010


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