Postings with tag: bereavement
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After being involved in a serious accident, Jamie faces the painful repercussions - both physical and emotional - and battles to keep their head above water. An exploration of both the physical and emotional pain experienced after a traumatic event.
a short story on bereavement, and emotional fluidity :) Hannah wishes more than anything she could run from her memories, from that one perfect lifetime before it all fell apart. But its hard to feel, let alone run when you're drowning.
When you lose someone you lose part of yourself which leaves a huge gaping hole in your heart. Struggling to accept her loss, cope with day to day life and excel in a career she once loved, can Jade re-fill that empty place with love and affection once more?
In school we were asked for a GCSE controlled assessment to do a short story based on a poem we had chosen from a list the teacher gave us. I chose the poem 'Hour' by Carol Anne Duffy because I thought it was beautiful and very deep, I also love…
It seems to Brady that nothing will be able to heal his heart after Carly died, not even his own son. Will things get better for him? Will he finally be able to rest, safe and sound? I hope this makes you smile. :) ~Stay Strong, Skye. X .
This poem is basically my feelings about my mum who passed away when I was 19. I write a lot of poems about my mum as there is so much I can say about her and the words are all so real.
It is a story of a young girl who dreams of growing up but when her world is shaken by bereavement she finds that grownups aren't what she believed them to be.This is a short story written very quickly during a fit of memory. It is semi autobiographical, describing an…
Violet Sky is devastated when her eldest brother, Matthew, dies tragically of lukemia at the age of 18. His last words to her, or anyone are "It's up to you now, and I've never had anymore faith in anyone..." Days later, it seems the entire town of Ironbridge are mouring…
My grandmother died on June 10th 2010. Her passing was unexpected, and the pain is still very sharp, and I am still very fragile. Thanks for all your sensitivity and support guys - I hope to be writing again by Wednesday or Thursday.
The Thing waits, and lurks. Always watching; always listening… never forgetting and never forgiving. Time passes, friendships are formed and broken, love is found and lost, and The Thing waits patiently for its moment to strike. Rachel, loving mother and Jude, troubled daughter, struggle to find their way on the…
“For death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead… Then what cause is there for grief?” – Bhagavad Gita Death. We have all heard about it; at times seen it; encountered it in one manner or another. But never yet experienced…
This book touches so many topics that the Author had to to add a work book on the inside of it. This book has political poetry-love-sexuality-abuse-bereavement and addictions.
December 16, 2007
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A short poem, the meaning of which, is unambiguous and speaks, most clearly, for itself. The name of "Irene Malone" is purely fictional and was created to fit the rhyming structure of the poem. Any resemblance between the poetic Irene Malone to any real person, either living or dead, is…
I wrote this to be read at the funeral service of my daughter who was with us for only a few hours but had the most enormous impact on our lives that anybody could ever have. An event like that makes you realise how precious life is. Seize the day…