The Grief We're Given by William Bortz
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Not my usual form of reading I know. But we all have experienced grief in our lives. My daughter is struggling with lots of sudden deaths in her life so I thought I would read this to see if there were some uplifting thoughtful poems within it.
I did find some.
Some of these poems are subjective I think to every personal experience.
I personally found myself tearful too many times as it brought back emotions I’d buried. I get the hope, I get the memory has all parts to play.
I appreciate the poems. Some stronger than others.
Because every poem is based on grief then I’d say, beware some might make you cry, feel things you thought you’d dealt with.
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