THE DEATH OF AN ELDER SISTER

Gone...to where the light is brighter

Gone...to where the load is lighter

Gone...to where no pain can smite her

Gone to meet her Maker.

 

Gone...to where there are no tears

Gone...to where there are no fears

Gone...to where death disappears

Gone to meet her Maker.

 

Gone...but always in the mind

Gone...to leave us far behind

Gone...to where she'll surely find

A meeting with her Maker.

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Martin Peacock

Tue 17th Jan 2012 12:55

Coincidence or synchronicity? - that you should read 'In Her Passing' [about my dear auntie, my 'second mum'] and I find that you have written this sweet eulogy for your sister. Not being a christian I look on these departures as a return to the 'ocean of consciousness', from which we all appear as mere droplets of condensation in this particular multiverse, a comment which is NOT intended to cheapen the intensity of your loss. Think of this posting, not as sympathy, but empathy [feeling 'with', not 'for'.]

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Laura Taylor

Mon 16th Jan 2012 12:54

The pace is just perfect, 100% bang on. The content isn't really sad at all, despite it being the death of your sister (real sorry chuck) - it's really positive in fact. A fitting tribute.

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M.C. Newberry

Mon 16th Jan 2012 01:44

My appreciation to those who kindly took the non-poetic time to offer condolences. Time is
the real salve and sufficient has elapsed to
say simply "thanks for the thought".

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John Coopey

Sun 15th Jan 2012 23:22

Lovely simplicity although it seems churlish to comment on the poetry at your time of loss. I hope its writing eases the pain in some small way.

stella jones

Sun 15th Jan 2012 22:14



so sorry for your loss MC this write works well though..x

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Ann Foxglove

Sat 14th Jan 2012 19:00

Beautifully expressed.

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Dave Bradley

Sat 14th Jan 2012 17:08

Works well, MC - manages to be both poignant and philosophical. Commiserations on your loss.

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Harry O'Neill

Sat 14th Jan 2012 15:58


M.C.

As ever...clear, concise, gracefully con- cordant and (only apparently) simple.

Clears both the ears and the mind.

Thanks.

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