Carolyn V. Wormely
Sunrise: October 26, 1935 🌹 Sunset: December 13, 2009
This one’s for you mom. I love more than you’ll ever know.
Tomorrow is here that time of year when we think of you fondly my dear. All the tears shed hasn’t healed the pain of your departure. Today I fear to close my eyes to wake up to tomorrow which marks the day you received your heavenly wings.
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This poem is inspired by writing prompt #118 write about autumn/fall
Autumn leaves are falling stripping the trees bare. There’s a crisp breeze dancing in the air. The smells of pumpkin spice and everything nice is everywhere. You and I sit on the porch welcoming the Autumn dawn. It’s that time of year again when I think of you most. Red, brown and yellow leaves falling around us and you holding me in your arms like a warm blanket on this Autumn day. Squeezing tighter and tighter, I can feel your heartbeat against my back. I can feel your warm breath on my neck, submerged in your embrace knowing that no one will ever love me in this way.
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