I know

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Monday 11th January

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I know I’m taking my time

But I’ve a mountain to climb

It’s height keeps increasing

As the grief keeps releasing

When suddenly, out of the blue

My direction is thrown askew

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Thinking of you always

Love you sweetheart

Precious Angel son

xxxxx

Driving back into town, a watery rainbow welcomes

I just know

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Saturday 9th January

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I don’t have to

I just know…

I don’t have to look

To see

I don’t have to listen

To hear

I don’t have to touch

To feel

I don’t have to taste

To savour

I don’t have to sniff

To smell

I don’t have to…

I just know

.

You’re here

You’re there

You’re everywhere

.

My dearest, darling Angel son

xxxxx

St Ives looking pretty this morning

The moment when

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Friday 8th January

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The moment when

Life stood still

Way back then

Going downhill

Time and again

Waiting until

The last amen

Heart does chill

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Thinking of you daily

My darling Angel baby

Missing you like crazy

And loving you greatly

.

xxxxx

Dark clouds over Porthmeor

A little blue sky to be seen

Cold and raw today

Living with it

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Thursday 7th January

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Living with it

Existing without it

Or running from it

.

Survival

Being

Life

.

Of

Through

Because

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Loss

Grief

Bereavement

.

Breathe

Smile

Dream

.

Thinking of you sweetie

My darling Angel son

Love you

Moon and back

xxxxx

Chilly and bright this morning

Frost still on the sand on Porthmeor Beach at 1pm

Calm seas towards the Island

A late morning walk

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Monday 4th January

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A late morning walk

Across Gwithian sands

It’s where we would go

Holding each others’ hands

Climbing up on the rocks

You’re ruler of the lands

Breathing in deeply

As each lung expands

The air clear and bright

A few cloudy, white strands

The bluest of blue skies

Where our soul understands

We are with each other

Just like our love commands

.

Love you forever sweetheart

My darling Angel son

xxxxx

An old engine house; evidence of tin mining in this area

The Red River (looking quite blue today) flowing fast towards the sea

The brick built tower of an old tin mine

The Red River again

Godrevy Lighthouse

Built 1858 – 1859, marking the dangerous Stones Reef

Looking across the bay towards St Ives