The Party’s Over (Part 2)

Outside, the sun peeks over the horizon. Everyone is already gone and you’re all alone.

You’ll find that it’s much colder when you’re by yourself. You put on a coat to stop the chill. You cover your heart to heal.

Sunrises don’t look the same anymore without her. You wear shades to block the rays. You stay in the dark where it’s safe.

Walking without distraction, pulls you to memory lane. You use earbuds to deafen the mind’s voice. Music cuts the pain of her choice.

Will you ever be the same again?


Turns out their is a funeral to attend.

Buried inside, the old you, within.

One thought on “The Party’s Over (Part 2)

  1. How did I JUST NOW see this?

    I think that God knew I needed strength from somewhere in this chaotic mess of reality that is my life for no reason that I can figure – and it’s so frustrating.

    I’d like to think that she directed me to this post. Maybe to say hi? Maybe to tell me that everything is and will be ok?Maybe to tell me that she still loves me?

    Tearssss. Everything has been so messed up, so backwards, inside out and upside down since we lost her. Still.

    We are all just trying to find a place in this world without her. My DD called today too… ironic. I haven’t talked to him in probably a month?

    It’s… awful now. Without her.
    And learning now how to save myself, when time and time again – she saved me and didn’t even know that she did, learning how to pick myself up and dust it off, and keep going… it’s a hell of a lot more difficult that you could ever think. And 8 months later, I still haven’t figured it all out.

    The things that I’m supposed to figure out in life right now is overwhelming. We will see how it all works out I guess.


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