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For Grief

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When you lose someone you love,
Your life becomes strange,
The ground beneath you becomes fragile,
Your thoughts make your eyes unsure;
And some dead echo drags your voice down
Where words have no confidence
Your heart has grown heavy with loss;
And though this loss has wounded others too,
No one knows what has been taken from you
When the silence of absence deepens.
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Thursday, May 7, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: grief
Barbara Conroy 03 November 2020
Putting feelings into words that touch your heart & soul has been mastered by John O'Donohue. I think they flowed from his heart & and it was learned but it was a gift given to him at the spark of his life. I love his poetry it touches my soul.
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Phil Mulligan 02 July 2020
Why is a robotic voice reading such a beautiful poem?
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Maria Randall 27 February 2019
I've just read parts of your poem in an article in the Las Vegas Review Journal. Thank you for putting into words so poignantly what I feel right now. It will always remain a source of comfort to me. Thank you for this gift, Maria
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Kathleen 04 September 2018
Simply Beautiful
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Evelyn Rogers 01 August 2018
Yes feeling this Lisa, Marc, Megan for Jacob’s loss in our lives. We are so sad. We worry about all of us but we must hold on to each other to keep Jake with us in a new normal!
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Shambhavee shukla 10 July 2018
Can u Tell the meaning of the phrase when the winter comes without springs
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Mother 30 January 2018
That is such a nice poem on grief. It describes the way I feel.
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