Peace, mother dear!
Your love is forever
etched in my heart, flowing outwards
©2016 Irina Dimitric
you neither chirp nor tweet.
Your laughter is much like mine,
my cackle is much like thine.
We are two sister souls,
one clad in feathers,
the other in clothes.
~ Irina ~
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Beautiful words in memory of your beloved mother, Irina. Mother’s Day always stirs memories in me, too.
Thank you, Millie. I feel my mother’s love is with me always.
Thank you very much, Violet.
A well deserved and touching tribute, dear Irina… beautifully penned.
Sending love and best wishes. Aquileana 💫
Thank you so much, dear Aquileana. Hugs ❤ Irina
Great tribute to your beloved Mother,dear Irina!I know the feeling when we think of them … I lost my mum in 2016 and since then life is not the same.She has taken part of my life with her,but it feels as if she is around with me every day … She will be really dead when I will stop thinking of her.Thank you for your affecting post,dear friend.Happy & Peaceful weekend 🙂 ❤ xxx
Thank you, dear Doda. Sorry to hear you lost your mother this year… it must still hurt very much. You’re right, part of your life has gone with her. No one else, except your father or possibly sibblings, has been part of your life from day one…no one has loved you more than your mother. One feels a bit like an orphan without her… Wishing you a happy weekend ❤ 🙂 Hugs xxx
Absolutely,dear Irina.There is an adage here in Greece which says that a “house orphans” only when mother leaves … I don’t know how to express it better but I am sure you can understand it as it expresses what you said above.My only sister and I were devastated then as if we were the only ones that had lost their mum and that it should never happen.My dad is still in life and in good health,we strongly support him emotionally and he doesn’t feel alone.He was a police officer,now retired.Best wishes to you,my special friend 🙂 xxx
We all know that death is our destiny, but when it happens to our nearest and dearest, it is just so painful that reason can hardly make it easier; you just have to feel your pain and embrace it. It’s wonderful you still have your dad and that he’s in good health. His life as a police officer must have been quite exciting. Now a case for telepathy again. In my previous response I had sent best wishes to your family without having seen this response where you mention your sister and father!!! Well, best wishes to your whole family again. ❤ 🙂
Thank you my friend Irina,it’s exactly as you describe it.You don’t want to believe it,you don’t accept it.You see how our insticts work and they are never wrong …I think you wrote it instinctively,you could sense what it would follow.So many thanks once more for your heartfelt wishes 🙂 ☀️☀️☀️ ❤
My pleasure, dear Doda. Hugs ❤ 🙂