Mourning stories, books, poems, and more

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Short story, open ended. A consciousness after death. Read More
This is essentially a poem about loss, but it could also be about searching Read More

Tags: love, hope, ghost, mourning

Reads: 45

Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

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After watching a new Netflix documentary last night, “Dogs”, I though this piece of flash fiction appropriate to revisit. So much wanting, so little fulfillment. Easy to assume it’s a chronic ailment of all ages and species. (Image by pinterest) Read More

Tags: mourning

Reads: 54

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Winter Warmth Read More
A really good friend of mine lost her father a little over a year ago. When I heard the news, these words came to me for her. Read More

Tags: death, mourning

This poem has many meanings regarding a struggle with your spirituality. Feel free to interpret it as you wish. Read More

Reads: 166

Comments: 14

Shelves: 1

The Vintage Publishing House

Trying times for me... Read More
16-year-old Megan Brooke falls into substance abuse after her mom's death and moves to Miami for a clean slate. Now, she must outrun a drug dealer she owes money and confront her inner demons. Read More

Reads: 202

Comments: 16

Shelves: 3

The Vintage Publishing House

To my grieving 'Summer night'... Read More
The darkest light can shine even in shadow. Read More

Tags: hope, mourning

A letter to the woman who killed my uncle Read More

Tags: death, grief, mourning

Poem / Poetry

June 09, 2017

Reads: 214

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This poem is about loss, mourning, and acceptance told through the perspective of a widow and her hobby. Read More
Poems i wrote as i watched my beloved dog pass on Read More

Tags: peace, mourning

The death of a loved one has Maryl unsure of whats to come. Read More
Thriller/Suspense/Sci-Fi/Fantasy Novel. Copyright © 2017 by Alex Sharpe (About): Everything was fine... Just another fine day at the park - a day with the family, and our dog... But then it began. All of the sudden they were here, without a name, without warning. They roamed the Earth devastating anything… Read More
I found some commentary that changes the view that most people have of this Psalm Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 19, 2016

Reads: 224

Comments: 2

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They say that grief is the price of love. If that's true, I'm afraid I may have loved too much. This poem is for my father, whom I lost when I was 17. Read More
Yeah, the title sucks, but that's the working title I've got. This is all post-retcon, so it's different than all the stuff that has Eiry and Rai in it (which is a lot >>). Basically chronicles what happens with Eiry and her business after the earthquake and tsunami, and her… Read More
It all killed me inside slowly, ever so slowly... I wanted to die but I couldn't...I just wanted to go back in the past, where this thought was non existent but now that was too late. I let myself shatter to pieces..... Read More
I wrote this a few months ago when my maternal grandmother made her transition from this world. I was scheduled for surgery the week of her funeral and circumstances prevented me from flying home to attend her funeral. I wrote and recorded this and it was played at her funeral.… Read More

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Comments: 1

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A poem that highlights feelings of uneasiness that occur before moving past subconscious shattering discoveries. Read More

Reads: 283

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

This short story depicts my viewpoint of the viewing and funeral of my mother. Her name, Wanda, means 'vandal'. http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/augustachronicle/obituary.aspx?pid=174864895 Read More
This is a song dedicated to "Our Town". When all must die at some point but life continues on. Read More
Losing a loved one. In what way? For the reader to interpret.. Read More
An essay about the life, legacy, and impact of my younger brother Read More
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