🎈Hyacinth W. M.🎈 September 8th, 1945 ~ June 11th, 2008
“My Root, My Beginning…There is NO END.” I may miss my Mommy being here in the physical. However, she NEVER leaves me. Not only is she within me as DNA expresses, but I feel her energy around me ALWAYS & speak to her everlasting energy on a regular basis. Why? Lol, some may say I’m crazy, lol1 That’s fine because energy doesn’t die. There’s no end. Love you forever & always, “My BabyGirl.”😍🥰🤩😘
I lit a candle for her today.
Should we write about grief?…You’re darn right we should!
Grief is a serious & in-depth emotion. Situations & experiences that produce this, need to be confronted and dealt with.
We all have our own ways in which to grieve and how we deal with it. But the fact still remains, it needs & should be addressed.
I recall when my Mother transcended in 2008 from Cancer. I went through the motions, held everyone up, took care of the funeral services, etc. I laughed, cheered everyone up & was doing awesomely well. A year later, while holding her urn I broke down. I cried. No, I bawled & howled like the wounded person I was. I held that grief for an entire year. It wasn’t good nor was it healthy. I had refused to grieve out of plain old fear. Fear that I had to accept realistically, she was gone physically & that I’d die from the pain of that reality.
It’s not a good idea nor healthy to not deal with grief. Being a Poet, it’s a great outlet to express it. But I couldn’t at the time. My heart literally froze & made my chest hurt. After my meltdown, I had to find other ways to deal with my grief. I’m a firm believer that grief should be dealt with & discussed. People die, people feel pain from loss, tragedy and or life experiences. I honestly feel it’s inhumane not to deal with grief.
Here’s an article in my favorite magazine “Poets & Writers” – you should subscribe, the resources they have are AWESOME 😎
~Maxwanette A Poetess
©Maxwanette A Poetess
“We’re All In This Thing Called Life Together…Remember?”❤️💛💚
We are to love one another, for we are our Brothers & Sisters Keepers. It isn’t a political thing, a racial thing, or anything except one thing…”LOVE.” Love of Self, Others, & Life. We’ve got to do better than this…
✍🏾Essay by, SANDRA PARKS✍🏾
I do not celebrate it & holidays on a whole except for Kwanzaa.
I simply feel it’s wrong & inhumane of me, to celebrate the slaughtering of innocent lives & be “thankful” for it. To each his own for I judge none, but I pass.
“Namastè & One Love”❤️💛💚