Monthly Archives: June 2018

day

And another day. I wake up and you’re not there. What’s the point? I get up because it’s expected. I know that you expect it. And I get through the day, hoping that I can die. Hoping the day ends … Continue reading

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night

It’s a night with no stars, no moon, no light to ease the loneliness, the utter aloneness I feel without him. We were everything together, living in each other’s pocket. And now, that pocket is missing. Being alone is living … Continue reading

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help

I don’t need help. My love, my life has been dead for 2 months. And I’m supposed to be over it? How does one get over losing one’s life one’s heart one’s soul? If you think I can you are … Continue reading

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I didn’t think it was possible to cry this much, to be this sad about anything or anyone. But my tears are a fountain of despair of longing, of loneliness for the one person who can make it all just … Continue reading

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And…and…and…

I can’t do this. You are everywhere. Your cookies on the fridge top, your coat on your chair. Everything is where you left it when you left this life. When my life ended too. And all I want is to … Continue reading

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Shadows

My life is shadows, without form or substance. That’s what life without him is. And I wander the halls of the house we shared, a restless ghost that cannot seem to die. But I wish I could. Someday soon, I … Continue reading

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