CHILD BORROWED


The circumstances of our children’s deaths could not have been different.  Both our daughters died cruel deaths.  Vic died due to arrogant doctor error and Len’s Klysta died at the hands of her husband.  Our pain is the same.  We have developed a wonderful cyber friendship and Len has been an amazing friend.

In Len’s own words: “Hello, welcome to my blog! I started a mother’s sorrow after filling a page on my original blog (myownheart.me) about my beautiful daughter Klysta. Within this blog are my heart, soul , tears and anguish of losing my daughter when she was 41. After being beat to near death , lingering in pain for three days, her “man” poisoned her. Her story is here in all these writings somewhere I am sorry that you must dig through all the other heart pourings but maybe something will resonate with your heart. Thank you for visiting. God Bless” 

Jan22

Klysta                                                Vic

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God loaned me a child
He sent her from heaven above
I knew in my heart
I would have my lifetime to love.
But one day God said to me.
My Child, my purpose, my plan
Your work here is through.
He held out His hand
To this child I believed to be mine
this child He let me borrow
And He took her home to my sorrow.
Now my heart is wrenched
my clothes are rent, my tears
they fall softly for loss of you
God holds you gently and has taken
your pain and sorrows of this earth away
while sadly here I must stay
I will always remember the love that we knew
And someday my journey too will be through
Until then my dear one I will pray
and be thankful each step of the way
for the love we shared each and every day.

http://amotherssorrow.wordpress.com/2014/01/22/child-borrowed/

Len, thank you for your continued love and support.  Your gentle words of understanding and advice have soothed my soul many a day.  Thinking of you dear Cyber Friend with love and tears.

4 thoughts on “CHILD BORROWED

  1. This is so beautiful. The ugliness of grief was countered for me by deep friendships that resulted. I often tell people who are deeply grieving that holding hands with someone who is also suffering is one of the most helpful ways to heal. Len and Tersia, you are both examples of this. I am not holding your hands but waving to you far ahead in the distance – offering you both hope. So glad you found each other.

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  2. Oh my dear friend Tersia, I am honored, it brings me so much joy that some little something I wrote touched you this way. For you to pass it on like this is just a blessing to me and I hope will help another mother somewhere. You have given me so much in love and support as well but you my friend are the strong one, nursing and nurturing Vic all the years she was so ill and through her death, I believe you have strength untold. Thank you my dear friend and I am thanking God he brought us together. Love and hugs {{{xxx}}}

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