Dear i must be mistaken. I don’t know how to address this.
At the beginning of this week, a soldier departed. I met him once or twice at babishai or one of those writing gatherings and the impact was not the same. I kept following him online and I silently read his blog. Mahnn….he was a writer. One of a kind. He was a warrior and as much as “he has fought a good fight” sounds cliche….He really has fought his. I watched his discussion on tv with Josephine and was overwhelmed. Writers have written wonderfully about him and i only wish he could read every beautiful thing said. Joel send regard to Fiona for me. Se battled like you did and came out a victor.
A dozen of roses is all I need;
1: For the broken-hearted
2: for the fallen soldiers
3: for the rainbow babies
4: For the single mothers
5: For the teen mothers
6: For the parents that have loved us unconditionally
7: For the siblings we can’t trade
8: For those with poor health
9: For the orphaned
10: For the bereaved hearts
11: For the spouses
12: For all the lovers
“It’s okay to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all”