Digital download: Poems, reflections, a prayer and a liturgy for dealing with the aftermath of a death. Taken from the book Saying Goodbye, by Ruth Burgess.
Stiff upper lip (poem), by Catherine Harkin
Loneliness (poem), by Pat Welburn
Grieving for dad (poem), by Ruth Burgess
I wasn’t really expecting God to speak to me in that church service (poem), by Brian Ford
Grief work (poem), by Catherine Harkin
Ashes (poem), by Yvonne Morland
My God, my God, why? (reflection), by David Hamflett
Grief (for my sister Agnes) (poem), by Mary Hanrahan
Bye love (for Enid) (poem), by Ruth Burgess
You are near (for Dorothy) (poem), by Ruth Burgess
No trite words (reflection), by Andrew Pratt
A liturgy on a hospital ward, by Kes Grant
Emptiness (prayer), by Marjorie Dobson
Grief is a thief (poem), by Catherine Harkin
Left (reflection), by Marjorie Dobson
My being yearns for Easter (poem), by Mary Hanrahan
Life goes on (reflection), A.A. Masters
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