No words

This morning I woke up from a fitful sleep, with a song playing in my head that reminded me of my love. I don’t know where it had come from. I got out of bed with an unbearable feeling of emptiness and the knowledge that I have to face this loss head-on. If I can keep coming up with different words to describe it, maybe the pain will lessen. Since this is the first day I have really felt this enormous sense of loss, I am scrambling for coping mechanisms and avenues of expression. All I can do is pause throughout the day to let out some sobs. It’s too much for words. Too much, too much, too much.

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