The second part of a collaboration of fifty-eight on creative connections between the wondrous worlds and ourselves! Enjoy!
Dissociative, eight days a week.
A poem about grief. Specifically, after the loss of a child. Thank you for reading. <3 (Title slide: 'Emptiness' by Albert Gyorgy.)
A poem for victims of oppression. (Plantations= colonies, in some definitions.) Thank you for reading <3
I must admit I received a lot of help with this piece.
I hope you like it! 💛
Tiny footsteps I'll never hear again.
Heartbreaking story: read at your own risk. I don't take responsability for the tears you'll shed! :(
Things lost and not found. A piece inspired by a prompt from @tofu_tofu!
A mini-poem! This is about the aftermath and process of grief. Thank you for reading. :) <3
Hope you all are doing well. <3
the way she goes
up and down the stairs
you would think
she was looking
lost in the sadness of it all.
Thank you for the warm welcome yesterday! I haven't been writing much lately. This is a rather poor attempt I made a month ago. Thanks always for reading. Take care! <3
A simple rhyme of grief and loss. Lines of 5 and 7 syllables.
A painful haiku tale. Suicide has struck again.