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I Do Believe by Jennifer Janiszewski
A loved one that has finished their life on earth is not dead, there life has just began. They are still with us in spirt. That you must beleive.

I See You Cry by Christina Brown
I see you cry, I cry for you. I see you hurt it hurts me too. Everyday as you grow worse, I die inside, as you get hurt.

Memory Can Tell Us Only What We Were By Richard Fife
Memory can tell us only what we were, In company with those we loved; It cannot help us find out what each of us, Alone, must now become.

Miss Me, But Let Me Go Author Unknown
When I come to the end of the road, and the sun has set for me. I want no rites in a gloom-filled room.

No Person is Ever Truly Alone by Richard Fife
No person is ever truly alone. Those who live no more, Whom we loved, Echo still within our thoughts, Our words, our hearts.

Support From Others Author Unknown
Don’t tell me that you understand. Don’t tell me that you know. Don’t tell me that I will survive, How I will surely grow.

I Did Not Die Melinda Sue Pacho
Do not stand at my grave and forever weep. I am not there; I do not sleep.

I Measure Every Grief... by Emily Dickinson
I measure every grief I meet with analytic eyes; I wonder if it weighs like mine, or has an easier size.

A Thought on Death by Anna Lætitia Barbauld
When life as opening buds is sweet, And golden hopes the fancy greet, And Youth prepares his joys to meet,-- Alas! how hard it is to die!

Love by Czeslaw Milosz
Love means to learn to look at yourself, The way one looks at distant things, For you are only one thing among many.

Reluctance by Robert Frost
Out through the fields and the woods, And over the walls I have wended; I have climbed the hills of view, And looked at the world and descended; I have come by the highway home, And lo, it is ended.

Drowning by Tabitha S. Tackett
Words I can't express, Thoughts I can't explain, Somewhere in the sunlight, I'm destroyed by the rain

Pain by Kimberly J. Russell
Pain stuffed inside of me, Can't let anyone near me, Can't let anyone see the real me, Can't let anyone even hug me

Inevitable Reality by Liz Waller
The clouds move on, the earth turns grey; The happiness I felt, has quickly gone away; The whisper of the wind, seems to call my name; I try to respond, but it seems I'm not the same; Time elapses slowly, into the universe;

Releasing Me by Justine K. Wagner
It hurts when I think of you but its impossible not to, I wish I could let go but you don't know, How much I miss you, Everyday I pray that you will take all the things back, All the horrible things you said, And we could be a family once again...

Why by Ashley N. Sheehy (Drinking and Driving)
you made me laugh, you made me cry, you made me sit and wonder why.

Helpless by Geoff G. Turner
My sadness today knows no bounds as I sit here attempting to scribble verbs and nouns, I cannot laugh; I sigh and frown, I'm helpless...

A Thousand Tears by Marissa Elizabeth Martin
I've cried a thousand tears for you, Felt a thousand pains. Screamed a thousand words for you, Died a thousand days.

Light a Candle by Paul Alexander
And I will light a candle for you. To shatter all the darkness and bless the times we knew. Like a beacon in the night, The flame will burn bright and guide us on our way. Oh, today I light a candle for you.

God Saw You... by Unknown
God saw you getting tired, When a cure was not to be. So He wrapped his arms around you, and whispered, "Come to me".

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