IN REMEMBRANCE OF THE COVID FALLEN ON THE BEACH OF HUMAN ANGUISH

‘Every second of every day a tsunami of mortal loss crashes blindly onto the beach of human anguish driven by howls of unimaginable pain…’

I AM NOT GONE

I am not gone, while you cry with me

I am not gone, while you smile with me

I am not gone, while you remember with me

I will come, when you call my name

I will come, when I feel your pain

I will come, on your final day

It could never be, that we, would never be

We shall always, be together, forever

I AM NOT GONE

‘To be eventually calmed by the huge cornerstones of family, loved ones, friends… and for some, religious beliefs…’

RAINBOWS ON THE MOON

There are rainbows on the moon

There are clouds in outer space

The night has started mourning

Since I passed away too soon

There are rainbows on the moon

There are colours crying in tiers

The solar wind is wailing

Since I passed away too soon

I shine with the Northern Lights

I shine with the waning moon

I shine with the shooting stars

Since I passed away too soon

Now one zillion candles

Are shining all around me

One zillion and one candles

For my life on earth to see

(Written by Michael Ashby; one of the world’s leading remembrance poets.)

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