Michael Bray

Author of A Time To Kill

A Parent’s Grief Imagined

10 Feb., 2020

The guests have gone
Ceremonies and kinds words
Are remembered
Good people have done their duty
And I mine.
We all go back to our days
Our ways are productive
And we all have things to do
But mine are in sorrow
What do I spend them for?
The chore of children is gone
And the life of one is done
Yet I remember and remember
That He too died and did rise
And again and again
I remember and remember
Him and Him.

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