Quiet Grief

Today my grief is quiet.

What emerges will emerge; no calling out to the words and memories that usually blow about like confetti.

Should they arrive, there will be no fanfare, only a quiet acknowledgement of their presence.

I will sit and watch, and as they settle I will give a silent nod to their passing.

Today my grief is quiet.

Drawing by Leanne Riley

Published by Leanne Riley

I am a Contractual Trainee Transactional Analysis Psychotherapist. I like to write about emotional well-being, often including art and creativity in my work.

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