Mary Elizabeth Frye Comments (26)

Could anyone please tell me how to add a poem to my favourites
Of course she’s right but...I believe in the afterlife and the spiriiual world! I still weep at my dead son’s gravestone. Cemeteries, gravestones, monuments, memorials, cenotaphs for the LIVING BEREAVED? Do we now carry virtual graves in our heads? 🤔
Of course she’s right but...I believe in the afterlife and the spiriiual world! I still weep at my dead son’s gravestone. Cemeteries, gravestones, monuments, memorials, cenotaphs for the LIVING BEREAVED? Do we now carry virtual graves in our heads? 🤔
do you have other poems not just: do not stand at my grave and weep
Does this work
Really an amazing feeling. My deepest thanks to this amazing poet.
I need the summary of the poem in london town
there are more than a few sites that still attribute this as a Hopi poem. It is not. See Wikipedia under her name. You can also tell by the way it's written compared to other Hopi poems.
This beautiful piece of writing reflected all my feelings at my parents' funerals. I know it was what they would have said if they could and it gave me strength when I felt lost. So my deepest thanks to this wonderful poet.
That fits just write for my hursban