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  237.     

In Our Hears And Mind

I wish I could see your
I really miss yours so much
Why did god have to take yours
But I know your are with him and his angle
But every day I think about yours
I look up I think I see yours in the sky
Till me meet again
I loss a lot of people how i was close too: my Gran, auntie, mate, Danielle, my old dog Charlie
I know everyone loss someone close to them:
Mum, dad, Gran, Grandma, grandpa, granddad, sister, brother, auntie, uncle, mates, pets
I miss them so much
But we know we will meet them again
they might be gone but not forgot
They will always be in our hearts and minds.
 
michelle mcneill

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  238.     

Poppy

I'd seen my Father's tears before
a story of loss, tension and loss of control
one for sorrow, illustrating a weeping household
you lit up a section of this whole we call life
a burst of petals' as you were given away
placed in the next hand to hold you
the style of your exit the most heart-wrenching of your story
 
Laura Milner

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  239.     

Your Love Became A Terrible Loss

I sit here at my desk
And try to write through my pain
To expel my own heartache
That I may feel close to normality again
The opportunity were it real
Now seems but a distant dream
As much as I may love you
That ship has long since sailed
Now gone from my shore
I am an island alone
Your love became a terrible loss
For it was a love unknown
Could you have loved me
As I now love you
A question I will never know
For you are gone, lost to me
A memory and a dream
I sit here at this desk to write
So I may remember or forget
Your love became a terrible loss
I am left to regret
 
Matthew Holloway

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  240.     

Women's Individuality

Dearer to woman is sons than daughters.
Sons feel a greater loss than do daughters
In separation or loss of mothers.
Women are roots and men are branches hence.
A root will not weep for the root of the other.
26.06.2004
 
Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.

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