We Remember Them

At the rising of the sun and at its going down, we remember them. At the blowing of the wind and the chill of Winter, we remember them. At the opening of the buds and in the rebirth of Spring, we remember them.

Just Now

Michele Rodgers, in her poem, shares how God gave her strength to go on after the loss of her loved one. If you use your faith as a coping strategy, this poem will inspire you. It explains the freedom you can gain by giving your burden to God.

Some Men Cry

Men do cry. Deb Kosmer's poem takes a look at men and tears and how they are okay no matter how strong a man may think he is.


This poem takes the reader outside themselves to sharing with others and learning how to look on the other side of pain for the joy in life.

Grief, Mourning, Darkness, and Light

Deb Kosmer, social worker, writer and grief specialist, shares her poetry about darkness and light for those of you who are grieving. She has put her words on paper as part of her own griefwork and shares it with you.

What Grief Is, Isn't, Does and Doesn't Do

Deb Kosmer uses her gift with words in this lovely poem that so adequately explains what grief does and doesn't do as well as explaining what it is and what it isn't. In a way that only Deb can, she provides you with her gift of hope for the futurel


God knew what He was doing, When He took my loved one home. His timing was just right, For me to be alone. Through seasons of His healing, Through all of my pain, The sun rose and set, Just like a healing rain.


My heart shatters and no one seems to hear ... though to me it is an agonizing sound. Hurt envelops me, Pain assaults me! How can others fail to notice?

When We Cry

A very moving poem about God's presence in our lives when we cry, when we grieve and when we find joy again. Powerful words let you know you are never alone in your pain and suffering and even in your joy and laughter.

I Told God I Was Angry

In the midst of our grief, it is easy to get mad at God. This beautiful poem provides insight on how to give that anger to God so we can be free to live again. The author of this inspiring piece of poetry is unknown.