Husband Death Poem

The Empty Loneliness Of Losing Your Soulmate

I wrote this for a good friend who lost her husband. The love she had and the loss she felt was plain to see in her grieving eyes. I wanted to help vocalize what I thought she might be feeling. This is for you, Syble.

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Our Love Is Forever

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Published: March 24, 2021

Mornings in the summer
  Autumn's evening mist
    Snowflakes on my window
      Solitude exists

Our love is forever
  Even though you're gone
    Loneliness surrounds me
      Memories linger on

Darling, I miss you
  And wish that you were near
    This old house, it seems so empty
      Now that you're not here

Enchanted by your sly smile
  Warmed by your embrace
    Quieted by your wisdom
      Lifted by your grace

Your gentle touch, my lover
  The passion in your eyes
     There will never be another
        Until the day I die

Darling, I miss you
  And wish that you were near
    This old house, it seems so empty
      Now that you're not here
        Oh Darling, now that you're not here

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