3 thoughts on “changed forever (senryû)”

  1. This very morning my oldest sis broke into tears mentioning her son that died 5 1/2 years ago. The pain remains when the heart is touched.

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    1. Oh dear, I can only imagine the hole it leaves too. My best friend lost her son Jan 28th 5 yrs ago. I wrote this poem for another friend …her sister found her 42 yr. old son in his bed had died. The autopsy showed an enlarged heart. They had no clue. During these unusual times, my heart goes out for anyone who has lost a loved one but the loss of a child, I can imagine ever ‘walking normal’ again. Sending you warm hugs from cold Montreal…I took the day off…as we age we seem to listen to our bodies better or is it because they scream louder (chuckling). 💕 🤗

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