A Poem for your husband’s passing


A Certain Loss, a Special Find   by Angelique Clark

It’s not the way his story’s told

or how he went from young to old.

The man you’ve lost is not a name,

he’s not a stranger in a frame.

You knew him, and he knew you,

You know him, and he knows you.

Heaven is far, but your heart is near,

he is gone…but he’s still here.

 I hope you like it.  I’m a writer, and while I was finishing up a story somewhwat like the Alice books, I remembered you.


Phyllis replied:

Thank you.  Since you gave your OK for me to print your name, I felt I ought to use it here, since

the poem is your property and you need to receive credit.  I appreciate the sentiment.



















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