Robert Burns Quotes (Author of Poems and Songs)
Grief Poems for the Holidays
It sits there in the window For all the world to see. The house is filled with holly And pinecone scents the air. The Christmas cards keep coming, Each one is hung with care. The gifts are tied with ribbons red And topped with pretty bows. The fire is softly glowing, I think about your touch. If I could have just anything My Christmas wish would be, To wake up in the morning And find you here with me.
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Last Updated on November 5, Grieving over and missing someone you love is a big deal. These swell up to tears and down to numbness, then repeat, and it seems like no one else understands or can fathom. These 22 honest quotes about grief are provided here to help you find the right words to express just how much you miss your loved one. Feel free to share, pin, or save as your background or screen saver.
Several people have misunderstood the smile on my face as relief from my sadness. I even had one woman tell me that she was happy for me that I finally am able to find refreshment after caring for my handicapped child for so many years. I was angry. Do you see me as I wake up from a sound sleep; barely able to focus on my surroundings; keeping my eyes trained on my feet as they dangle above the floor. Do you see the determination on my face as I put those feet down and will them to move forward into my day. Do you see me walking to the bathroom, catching little glimpses of portraits scattered on my walls, trying not to let my eyes linger for too long, because allowing myself that luxury will undo everything I have just worked hard to do in the last 5 minutes of my wakefulness. Do you see me standing in my shower, letting the water hit my face, beat on my skin, and wondering if I can tell the difference between the drops of water from the faucet, and the salty drops that fall from my eyes.