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Life goes on. Sunday February 26, 2017

It's so very hard to comprehend
How life can still go on
That birds will keep on singing
Even though they know you've gone.

Why does the sun keep on shining
Though you're no longer here?
The raindrops keep on falling
As if you're still so near.

Why do the flowers prepare to bloom?
Their growth showing no repent
When surely they all must know
You'll no longer smell their scent?

Why do I still feel you everywhere
And ache so much within
Why does my head mock me so
whispering that you'll walk back in.

... Well the birds will keep on singing
And the sun will always shine
For they all know better than me
You hear them all the time.

You'll feel the sun and all its warmth
Through bodies that feel no pain
You'll see the horses grazing
And the dogs playing in the lane.

You'll feel joy when we're happy
Laugh at our jokes and smile
For you haven't totally left us
Just moved on for a little while.

And one day we'll all meet up again
It's part of the inevitable
But til then I'll try my very best
To live life to the very full.

Rosemary
A Moodscope member.

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