Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Sensational Haiku Wednesday: Comfort

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He wrote the order
for comfort measures only.
Death was imminent.

Compassionate care;
Alleviating the pain.
we wait and we pray.

Divine Mercy prayed
with complete and utter faith
for a peaceful death.

"Eternal father,
In Whom mercy is endless,
look kindly on us!"

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Anonymous said...

How beautiful...and timely in my case. We just had another death in the family in which we waited for a time, praying and watching. God bless.

Cynthia@RunningWithLetters said...

Amazing, what you can do with haiku, Polly. This one is sad...I hope it is not reflecting events too close to home for you.

Susan Deborah said...

Death is always peaceful.

Nice one on comfort, Polly.

Joy always,

Weezer said...

Very nicely done. Very 'comforting' and soothing.
Peace and hugs, dear friend.

Cheryl said...

Lovely take on a path well-known.

Anonymous said...

Woah...I like these very well. It is so true Death is an extension of life if you ask me. Well done my friend :) Have a great Wednesday :)

Anonymous said...

Reminds me of the last weeks with mom...lovely
Steven Anthony

Bloggin'withAmanda said...

I lost my mother a few months go, I wish I had been able to read this then. it is filled with a sense of Comfort!

Nessa said...

Very beautiful. may we all find comfort at these difficult times.

Brian Miller said...

we will all get there eventually,
but we were never meant to live there...wonderfully said and comforting polly...

Rosidah Abidin said...

Beautiful and inspiring as always. I really love the depth of your haikus. Have a wonderful week.

Jim said...

This is a wonderful set of haiku, Sis. It reminds me of the way my mother-in-law went.

Julie Schuler said...

I hope I go fast. Really fast. Last year friends of my mother had just left a dance, and he dropped dead just outside the door on his way home. That's the way to do it.

Ria said...

A copy of this poem should be given to everyone waiting for a change of dimensions.


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