13 comments on “Farewell

  1. I love this, Eric………….and would venture to say that always, she will wait with arms full of love. And the amazing thing is all the love she gave, you still have……….you still have. ~ We don’t miss what we don’t love. Grieve sweetly. ~ Always, Bobbie

  2. THIS IS LOVELY E. YOU KNOW I WAS DISCUSSING YOU IN MY LECTURES LAST WEEK.. THE SUBJECT THEIR ARE POETS & THERE ARE POETS, I BELIEVE YOU AND YOUR WORK WILL STAND THE TEST OF TIME TO BE TIMELESS FOR YOU HAVE THE DIDDY, THE HEART AND THE CLASSICS REMADE AND AWAKEN BECAUSE OF YOU I REALIZED THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A POET AND A SIMPLE STORY TELLER THAT IS I. MY HEART IS FOREVER IN AWE OF THIS WONDERFUL LESSON FOR IT TAUGHT ME EXPRESSION IS IN MANY DIFFERENT FORMS.. AND PEOPLE OFTEN DEFINE IT BEING GOOD OR BAD BUT IT IS JUST DIFFERENT.. YOU KNOW I LOVE YOU RIGHT?

  3. E,

    Your poem resonates an era of peace and love.
    We lose a piece of the self when we so goodbye
    to one so dear. Seems like the heavens claim our
    best.

    Not a dry eye in the house after reading this one.

    My condolences for your loss.

    smz

  4. Just popped by to see what you are up to these days. Sorry to see you haven’t been posting. Look forward to your next poem when you are inclined to publish it. Hope all is well.
    Jamie

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