Mortality

Mortality

Mortality is a Grace
Bestowed unto us All,
A Mercy Gifted Lovingly
To Obey the Echoing Call
Of Those who Lived Before Us,
Those who Breathed and Dreamed,
Unspoken now in Twilight, Passing,
An Unavoidable, Blessed Theme.
Mortality is Kindness,
Sweet Clemency from Above,
That we should not remain in Death
But Rise to Walk with Love.

~Morgan~
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Image of Ancient Gravestone found on Pinterest.

11 Comments

  1. I’m struggling with mortality, my friend, about my Dad. Your words soothed my aching Heart, and I thank you. I also really like the colors you have changed here. Sending Much Love to you, Amy ❀

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    1. I do understand Amy. Time may heal all wounds, but some never fully stop aching. I can’t believe it’s been nearly 9 months since my Mom passed over to the next realm…there are days I barely think about her and days when the loss is still so Keen. Know that you will see your Dad Again in a Place filled with LOVE Light and Eternal Peace. πŸ˜‰

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      1. I know, Morgan, I know. It’s been only since January and some days I don’t even think about him, just like you with your Mom, and other days the pain is so deep that it just about doubles me over in two. (((HUGS))) Amy ❀

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  2. Mortality is a Grace…But Rise to Walk with Love. Beautiful beginning and ending lines. Your poem is so soothing. Thinking of you always. Hugs, my friend.

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