Tag Archives: grieving

beds now empty – February 27

2.27.2016 beds now empty we move tables chairs rugs desks   adjusting steps for playing the next game. ———————-

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electric candle – January 6

1.6.2015 electric candle in the bedroom window filament of childhood   warmth against all darkness and grievings.   I place one in my window now and remember   the small boy who could not express how afraid and alone he … Continue reading

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friends pass – June 9

6.9.2014 friends pass sometimes because the cancer caught up to them   some because they stuck a needle into their arm one too many times and the heroin got ‘em   some simply dropped one day in the library stacks … Continue reading

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why does God let people die in bathrooms – June 26

6.26 why does God let people die in bathrooms, his son asked. we have to be somewhere, is all I could think to reply. Our bodies know their limits and their bounds.   I awoke today feeling the limits of … Continue reading

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