Category: Grief and Loss

The Ever Present Visitor

True it is that I have no role In treatment course so wisely devised Indeed I do not even possess a soul Still I pray thee make perception revised I am neither cold, nor hard of heart Though thus it may seem to untrained eye Full of hope, am I, from the very start That... Read more »

Tragedy's Silver Lining

“Listen, I know how you feel.”  I am sure that many grieving families in the intensive care unit have scoffed, either openly or secretly, when they heard a physician say that sentence when faced with the imminent death of their loved one. I am sure that, in their minds, they were saying, “How do you... Read more »