Tag: death

Saying all the wrong things…

Presence is needed in absence when death steals away futures those left behind fill moments together with words, and touches, and silences but the mouth has no meaning only the heart speaks truth only the eyes express the words of our soul as our memories melt into puddles dripping down our faces in an oasis

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Conversations of a morbid revelation.

“Hey, Mark do you have any friends, people you hang out with?”

Mark responded, “well they are not traditional friends in the way you implied but I read a lot of books and the characters become real to me. I know how they will react and can have conversations with them.”

I see dead people…no wait I pray for dead people.

Friday November 2, was all souls day in the Catholic church and so I had arranged to go see the dead on Saturday November 3, with a friend of mine. This is no Zombie story…we went to a cemetery close to where I live for what is called “Plenary Indulgence” which is basically an act

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