The Tears of a Clown

Now if there's a smile upon my face…

In Remembrance of my dear mother, Grace Marian Frew

Twenty-five years or seconds is of no consequence.

I want to quietly tell the world, how much I love you, and how you still hold the hearts of Anita and I.

How we remember your gentleness and selfless courage and how I still hear your soft voice talking to me when I awaken or when I close my eyes at the end of the day, and in-between, through all of its many trials.

On this day we walk together.

Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum, Benedicta tu in mulleribus.

From your loving son, Stuart. xx

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The delicate blooms of your favourite flower, the Lily of the Valley grew in our garden but they were never as beautiful as you. It is twenty-five long years since Anita and I lost you mum. Still never a day goes by without thinking about you and remembering you. Still your loss remains a heartache. Tears today and sadness, though fond memories too of when you were amongst us.

You will always be in me. Sleep peacefully with dad. xxx

December 9, 2012 - Posted by | I CAN HEAR MUSIC |

2 Comments »

  1. Stuart — what a touching note to your mother. I lost my dear dad 25 years ago and my beloved mom now 3 years ago. They were a powerful force in my life and continue to be present. Love never dies and I share in both your heartache at the loss and the joy of the memory. All the best, Lissette

    Comment by Lissette | December 10, 2012

  2. Thank you Lissette. May the love you have for your mum and dad live forever. I know it will.

    Stu

    Comment by Stuart | December 10, 2012


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