by Joseph A Wraith
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This was written upon the death of my wife
Dreams, in my dreams you are there.
Awake, I lie awake, but I dream of my days with you.
You, you are no more, and I can't wipe my tears from the floor.
Hate, I will hate what took you from my arms.
Time, only time will help me through this void of you
Pain, senseless pain till I dream of you.
Dreams, in my dreams,
You are there in my dreams
Pain, I'm in pain from the loss of you
Drain, down the drain all my dreams...
my dreams of you.
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|Reviewed by Gloria Buono Daly
|A very sad story but your writing is an inspiration. I hope all of your love and memories of your happy times together help east the sorrow and pain you are feeling now. God Bless you, Gloria|
|Reviewed by m j hollingshead
|I am sorry for your loss. My children's dad was 37 when he died. Time helps, doesn't erase but does help make the intolerable more bearable. lovely tribute.|
|Reviewed by A PAX
So heartfelt....the yearning, the ache, all come thru loud and clear...
night is the healer