Grief doesn’t just go away after a person has died.
Grief will show its face on a Tuesday afternoon, even if the first half of the day was manageable.
Grief will follow you through the grocery store.
Grief will turn the volume up on their favorite song that plays on the radio.
Grief will take the empty seat at the dinner table.
Grief will fill your dreams at night, while you try so hard to just get some rest and escape the daunting reality.
Grief will ring in your ears as you shower.
Grief will buckle your knees when a random familiar scent passes your nose.
Grief will come and go as do the waves of the deepest oceans.