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THE MOURNING AFTER By Gwendy Vanucci
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This is book 3 of a series of poems I have written after my son died of an accidental OD of xanax. He was the youngest of 3, 20 years old. I am left to pick up the pieces of my broken heart. Writing... More > has helped me work through the grief process. Reading my poems you will find, you are not alone!< Less
Blessed are they that Mourn By Mother Mary Loyola
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Written especially for all the mothers of sons who were perishing in the First World War, Mother Mary Loyola’s words of comfort reach out to all who have suffered the loss of loved ones. ... More > This book has been completely retypeset based on the 1917 edition by Burns and Oates.< Less
Dreams In Mourning By Louise Wilson
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Autobiographical story of how the author's dreamlife helped her cope with the tragic loss of her mother and brother.
Dreams In Mourning By Louise Wilson
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Autobiographical story of how the author's dreamlife helped her cope with the tragic loss of her mother and brother.
Mourning in the Mountains By David Chaltas
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Mourning in the Mountains is a book designed to help people have a better understanding of death and dying. It offers hope for the hopeless and help for the helpless through sayings, poems, and... More > personal narratives written by children, college students and adults who wish to share their experience in an effort to console others. Mourning in the Mountains allows the reader a reflective time and its sole purpose is to assure those who are dying or left behind, that death is a natural part of life. We need not run from it, nor embrace it prematurely, but we must accept it on life/death terms. This faith based book offers a reflective truth that is heard by the heart.< Less
Mourning in the Mountains By David Chaltas
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Mourning in the Mountains is a book designed to help people have a better understanding of death and dying. It offers hope for the hopeless and help for the helpless through sayings, poems, and... More > personal narratives written by children, college students and adults who wish to share their experience in an effort to console others. Mourning in the Mountains allows the reader a reflective time and its sole purpose is to assure those who are dying or left behind, that death is a natural part of life. We need not run from it, nor embrace it prematurely, but we must accept it on life/death terms. This faith based book offers a reflective truth that is heard by the heart.< Less
The Mourning Tree By Kyle Ripton
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A father and son are faced with the loss of a loved one. The Mourning Tree teaches this father and son through nature's sight and sound perceptions teaching them how to cope with death.
Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning By James Tolan
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A father drowning in whiskey. A son drowning in his father's neglect. A memory drowned by the raking of the earth. James Tolan's "Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning" stares into these painful... More > scenes unflinchingly and seems to almost revel in the pain revealed beneath its unwavering gaze. Yet, a strange redemption hovers at the edges of each jarring moment, an impetus that is best summed up in the chapbook's last nine words: "...the world is too dark. We must begin again." Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning is the third installment of Deadly Chaps: Series Two (2011). Discover more at http://www.deadlychaps.com< Less
Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning By James Tolan
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A father drowning in whiskey. A son drowning in his father's neglect. A memory drowned by the raking of the earth. James Tolan's "Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning" stares into these painful... More > scenes unflinchingly and seems to almost revel in the pain revealed beneath its unwavering gaze. Yet, a strange redemption hovers at the edges of each jarring moment, an impetus that is best summed up in the chapbook's last nine words: "...the world is too dark. We must begin again." Whiskey and the Rake of Mourning is the third installment of Deadly Chaps: Series Two (2011). Discover more at http://www.deadlychaps.com< Less
The Mourning (The Awakening) By Sandra Rains
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It is The End! You have heard of "The End" haven´t you? It is here and it is Now! Beasts are everywhere! They feed on us and then leave our remains to rot. Families are torn apart,... More > babies left behind. There is no sun, no water, no food. It is a rare occasion to see a stray dog or cat. People are running for the hills...collecting food, medicine, supplies. Some can´t run fast enough. The beasts, aliens, are here to feed and they are feeding. Mothers cry aloud for their children, their babies. The goverment is protecting their own. They have forsaken us! These beasts are out of control, there is so much food for them that they are in a frenzy... Disease spreads like wildfire...a cough, a runny nose, vomitting and peeling of the skin, then death. There is a stench to the earth and it is the smell of death. It is The End and you can not hide!< Less