Survivors Blog Here is pleased to welcome Guest Contributor Heather at The Starting End. Heather was first featured here with her poem, “Night,” a look into the grip of restive dreams. She spun waking dreams in the reader’s mind with a soft touch and vivid imagery. Heather’s talent at expressing love and life through poetry and prose is a masterful stroke from the artist’s soft sable brush.
Today we want to share Heather’s personal insight into her eventual discovery of a new life after the unfortunate loss of her husband in, “Suddenly Alone.” Recovery from trauma and loss can take years. Each person is different and must take whatever time necessary to come to grips with the truth of their life’s story. At some point we realize we are no longer walking our path looking over our shoulder but lightly afoot, eyes forward to a new horizon with untold promise of brighter things to come. Please enjoy, “Suddenly Alone,” and visit Heather’s website. You will understand why we are so excited to have her as our guest.
A special thanks to Randstein for writing the beautiful introduction. XO M
Suddenly alone, we find ourselves. Be it from divorce or perhaps death, the chapter of our lives that we never read in our imaginary “Book of My Life” now puts on an unknown page. Continue reading “Suddenly Alone”