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Marilyn
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I need adjectives that scream pain. I am hurting and I can't find ones that are strong enough to hold the pain. I am lost and need to wite it out but don't know how.

A young, vibrant, brilliant, funny, talented, well loved man of 17 years took his own life the night before last. I knew him well and his family and I am in shock and I can't stop my tears. The pain cuts so deep physical pain would be a relief.

Give to me adjectives that I can use to write out this that I can not bear alone.

Marilyn.
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Marilyn,
If only it were that easy. Etched deep into my heart is the pain I felt the day my 28 yr old daughter dropped dead without warning. Never had I braced my mind to lose either of my children. But what I do know is that I could not have managed my grief without writing my heart out on paper. Which are basically almost all my posts since May 28, 2003.

I am so sorry for your loss and know it makes no sense. I pray you find strength, courage, hope and peace. Bless you for speaking up. And as I have felt ever since that day...

If tears could build a stairway and memories a lane, I'd walk right up to heaven and bring you home again.

Balladeer
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Marilyn, there are some things for which words have not yet been invented. This sounds like one...

Only time can help...
Martie
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Marilyn

I too wish there were words.  Maybe one day there will be.  
lucky
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4 posted 10-19-2007 05:23 PM       View Profile for lucky   Email lucky   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for lucky

Hi Marilyn,

This same kind of thing has happened to me, three times now..! I went through some strange trails in those days... At one point though, a friend said to get a pocket recorder 'cause your gonna want to put it all together sometime. He was right. Eventhough I didn't listen to the tapes for at least a year (took me that long to put myself together) I thought if I moved to the mountains and had no neighbors... well you know where yer mind can take ya... Stay on top of it girl.

Best friends best finds, lucky Dale
 
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