Written Words Never Die

The ship sets sail
From the pier she waves
What does she dwell on
Her sadness, he is gone
Or anticipation…
Of their reunion
Am I to dictate, how she should feel
….what her eyes reveal


Written by a wonderful friend, Eric Alagan ~ Written Words Never Die

Thank you Eric! This is such a beautiful piece.

You reminded me of a comment a friend once told me, “Christine, I say this with absolute and unshakable belief – you will meet your loved ones again, all of us will.”   Such peaceful advice!   Thank you  🙂 🙂


About Christine Smith-Johnson

I am a widowed mother of three children, ages 11 to 19. I hope to encourage you through my trials and traumatic experiences. All my life, I dealt with heartache, and kept my head held high. Recently, I dealt with a heartache so big, it consumed me. Every part of me was lost and hurting. I never thought I would make it through. I did and I want to help you make it through your heartache, no matter how big or small it may seem to you.

Posted on January 29, 2012, in Dealing With Death, Poetry and Short Stories, Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.

  1. Hello Chrisitne
    I’ve nominated you for “Mrs. Sparkly’s Ten Commandments Award”, if you wish to accept my nomination you can find more here:http://wp.me/p1ZC80-GN
    Have a nice day, Steph

  2. Hi Christine, I’ve nominated you for the ABC Blogger award, details can be found here: http://wp.me/p1ZC80-Gu
    Steph xx

  3. Wow! Christine,

    I love the way you quoted that “friend” – he must be very blessed to count you in his circle 🙂

    Peace and luv,
    Eric 🙂
    P/s:You spoil me with your kind words

  4. Great capture–evocative!

  5. Like the closing of The Prophet … not long now, and another woman shall bear me …

  6. loved it 🙂 thanks for sharing 🙂

  7. Lovely piece! God Bless 🙂

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