Stories about passing

Here are the top short stories, fanfiction, poetry, and posts about passing on Commaful, including topics like "grandmother", "poems", and more. Click here to sign up for more stories about passing.

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hannaharnett
hannaharnettBronze Commayou can call me hanar life is happening
Old to New kissing stories

Old to New

Drowning and yet about to fly.

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uliepavone
uliepavoneBronze CommaI eat art for breakfast
Mamá Estela grandmother stories

Mamá Estela

A few hours after your departure, the chain that united us is starting to disappear. You were famous, and famous will remain, through the nickname everyone knew you for.

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sherlockstrange
sherlockstrangeCommunity member
A Lonely Swing bend stories

A Lonely Swing

This really isn't depressing at all... Source: sherlockstrange

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scip_theatre
scip_theatreActor. Stella! Likes to write sometimes.
September Blues son stories

September Blues

Something small about early childhood parental loss. I was 7 when losing dad.

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emilys
emilysCommunity member
Departures  poems stories

Departures

For Cindy and Jake

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currentlyabsent
currentlyabsentUh hi? Writing stuff I guess.
Fates Letter poetry i guess stories

Fates Letter

In a green field sat an old wooden house. The woman stepped out of the car and into the field.

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heatherreiss
heatherreissCreate however inspiration presents
More of Her loss stories

More of Her

Beautiful words describing the first fleeting moments of trying to process the loss of a loved one.

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hypnotick
hypnotickBronze CommaToday’s pain is tomorrow’s strength
We live life
 haiku stories

We live life

Rest in paradise 🙏🏾 04/22/19 Uncle T.

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6 Little Legs passing stories

6 Little Legs

The ocean tides wash you until you’re nothing more but merely a memory.

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