Death Moving On Poem

Losing A Loved One

After losing a loved one, the world never seems the same. People do say time is a healer. Sadly, it's not true. We just learn to live with the pain.

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The scores of years have passed by, I now think of you more often with days gone awry. Your strength of character you passed down to me. My thanks and love for what you've taught, to be as...

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Without You

John P. Read © more by John P. Read

Published by Family Friend Poems June 2018

Sunrise has lost its Magic
As it heralds a brand new Day.
Sunsets now only bid Goodbye
As dreams just melt Away.

The stars no longer Shine
The sun has lost its Glow.
The moon looks Down
With sadden Eyes
As if it seems to Know.

From days of Colour
To black and White
A sky no longer Blue.

The winds of Change
Brought stormy Days.
That's my World
Without You.

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ABOUT THE POET:

John Peter Read was born in the East End of London in 1948. He was brought up by his Nan and mother, as his father left home when he was 5 years old. At the age of 15, John left school with just a basic education. While in school, he wrote little rhymes just for fun. A couple of his religious poems were published by the Christian church in...

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  • Thomas Linger by Thomas Linger
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The scores of years have passed by, I now think of you more often with days gone awry. Your strength of character you passed down to me. My thanks and love for what you've taught, to be as good a man as you, I have always sought. Thank you, Dad.

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