Angela Grout, Author    

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With a Heavy Head

Posted by angela.grout@comcast.net on January 4, 2017 at 3:20 AM
With a heavy head, I left my bed. With a heavy head, I found my place. With a heavy head, I say goodbye. With a heavy head, I see your heart. I shut my eyes and the light was bright. Now shut your eyes and know it is right. The right time for me to go. The right time for you to know. I am alright. I am at peace. I know the gift of life is just a piece. A piece of me to cherish and love, just as I did with you and still do, my love. So in your heavy heart, please make room for me to live. Lighten your load for my heavy head is dead, but I am not. I am right here, no body, and I don't mind. For my spirit is free and light and so full of love. You love, my love, and our love. The love we created. This is the love that allows me to be me. Care for yourself, Care for the others, but don't worry caring for me. I have no need. I just want to fill your heavy head and heart with my peace.

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