I close the door on yet another day.
It's been over eight years now since you went away.
It now seems like forever since I last saw your face.
Time ticks on at a startlingly pace.
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I close the door on yet another day.Featured Shared Story
Today would have been my son's 35th birthday. We had just lost my little sister suddenly on Nov 7, 2018. After her funeral, I flew to Norfolk, VA, to spend Thanksgiving with my daughter. I...
If I could have one wish in life,
That wish would have to be
That God would take away my pain
And send you back to me.Featured Shared Story
I am a mother and a grandmother. The Bible teaches us that no sin is greater than another because of forgiveness. I believe the same with sorrow. None greater or less than another. It's in...
I need you to touch,
I need you to see,
I need you so much,
I need you with me.Featured Shared Story
He had just found the meaning of what life should be. A son of his own on the way when he taken from me. As a mother of others, I am not alone, but there's a place in my heart that only he...
I only have a picture now,
A frozen piece of time,
To remind me of how it was
When you were here and mine.Featured Shared Story
I do understand that words cannot fill the void or pain you are feeling. I understand the daze of not knowing if you're in a dream. All I can say is time will heal the haze, time will slowly...
Poems by Deborah Robinson
Quotes by Deborah Robinson
I have just read this poem and it really puts into words everything I am feeling after the loss of my son 6 months ago. Does the ache every go away? And will the tears every stop?
Part of me hopes it never will. I too find comfort in expressing my feelings in poems, and I have put mine on this website as well.