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Will they be forgotten

By on May 27, 2018 in Autumn, Blog Posts, Cancer, Writing by Chris | 6 comments

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Chris shared some of his writing with me this morning:

Lost –

Someone is lost

Gone –

Someone is gone

 

Time –

Time carries on

Pain –

Pain carries on

 

Do you forget about pain

Do you forget about time

Do you forget about them

 

Worry –

I worry my mind will leave it all behind

 

Want –

I want to remember the joyful days

I want to feel the pain

I want to feel it but not let it consume me

I want to ensure it

I do not want to endure it

 

Will they be forgotten

 

 

6 Comments

  1. Lee

    27th May 2018

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    @Chris – that’s beautiful – thank you for sharing it with us. I wish you didn’t have to go through this pain, but it speaks highly of how much you loved Josh and how wonderful he was. You and Josh are never far from our thoughts, Chris.

  2. Sandy

    28th May 2018

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    Ensure it, and endure it. Weighty and precious words xxxx Sending love, always x

  3. Nancy

    28th May 2018

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    Wow….Chris – you will never forget your brother. The pain you are feeling now will turn to joyful memories in time. Thank you for sharing your feelings.

  4. Frieda Marie

    28th May 2018

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    @Chris – that is exactly how I feel – I couldn’t have said it better. You don’t ever forget. life just builds up around it. But its always there. Sending love

  5. Angela

    28th May 2018

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    Very deep and thought provoking Chris! Beautiful writing!! Strength and courage to you xxx

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