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Of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: "It might have been"

Miss Me But Let Me Go- the poem gran had chosen for her funeral. Gets me every…

Perfect for a memorial service. Miss Me But Let Me Go- the poem gran had chosen for her funeral. Gets me every time but I know it's exactly how she felt!

This relates to the class because our textbook is about continuing bonds and I think it is important to understand the difference between getting over someone, and accepting the passing of a loved one. In an article called Ducking Grief in the New York Times it talks about a mother who lost a child/daughter and everywhere she went it reminded her of the lost of her daughter.  The author goes to say, "They coexist within me, pleasure and sorrow, shaping who I am and how I see the world.”

It seems everyone knows the truth in their own lives but the heart always likes to fight the hardest battles. The heart always looks for reasons beyond logic and understanding, so in the end Acceptance of the truth, takes time.

” An Eternal Memory, Until We Meet Again…  ~ Sad Quote

Love you Millard my beloved husband always. Love you Jimmy my beloved son, Love you Mom and Dad my beloved parents. Love you Bradley my beloved grandson thought we only had you for 3 short months you filled them with joy.

This was on my grandfather's prayer card at his funeral.  Weird having it pop up on here.

Such a sweet, sorrowful poem. It broke my heart reading this, yet it rings true and what I'd wish for my loved ones to do.when I'm gone.

Ugh!!!! So true!! There's a fine line between love and hate. I can't believe I loved this person at one point in time. Now I really know what true love is and I feel blessed every day to have experienced it.

anagapesis (n.) no longer feeling affection for someone you once loved. Her anagapesis for him was apparent when she deleted his number from her phone.

"What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a…                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Helen Keller Quote: "What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.

Lovely poem. A miscarriage is something you never let go of. So sad not knowing what could have been xx

A miscarriage is something you never let go of. So sad not knowing what could have been xx My baby girl Alexandra 💙💙💙- Panda

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