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what’s with rain? looking for life is like looking for a gun when you don’t have one you won’t find it you can’t find what’s always there with you it’s not love it doesn’t turn to shade like hate though … Continue reading
I have some furniture from my mother’s aged care room sometimes I smell lavender in the empty rooms on occasion it makes me weep
descent into winter like clothing onto floor like people crying slide down a wall
it’s not time to write, mother because sadness is laden I stare at floors & at sky look to see if God is close-by ask allow my mother into heaven Lord? the clouds are what the lonely see
bury them in your heart bring them flowers every day they make moments bright with sorrow
grief’s flower is dark and is rooted in the soul’s soil like any other flower
not wanting beer but wanting beer not wanting music but wanting music fear of morning after, fear of strangers meeting eyes grief laden sorrow numb to everything but these flowers in me