When my Husband died I started going round to the Salvation Army Ladies Fellowship on a Tuesday afternoon. It is only round the corner so I do not have far to go. I have found writing things down helps cope with my grief. Before Christmas we were asked if we would like to write a poem about light. I wrote this for my Husband, the light that lit up my life.
As darkness falls and I switch on the light my thoughts turn to you as they do every night.
I miss your smile, your tender touch and all the things we shared so much.
Without you the days are long. the nights are too and how I long to be with you.
There one thing that I feel sure is that one day you'll be waiting for me at Heaven's Door. M x x x
One day at a time.
That is lovely xx
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