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You Are Not Here You Are Not Here by Samantha Schutz
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“I feel
empty
confused
hurt
numb
disoriented
mad
vulnerable
insignificant
blurry
tired
sweaty
overwhelmed
temporary
anxious”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here
“My heart is empty.
But my brain -
my brain is full.
It races with thoughts
of what could have been.”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here
“I wish i had been there to hold his hand,brush the dark hair away from his cloudy blue eyes..whisper to him over and over that he was loved..”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here
“Death is the period at the end of a sentence.
Someone gone, but still out there, is an ellipsis...or a question to be answered.”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here
“I shut my eyes
and see a pocket of darkness.
I want to fold myself
flat and crisp,
slip inside of it
like a sheet of paper
into an envelope.”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here
“I'm trying to decide what's worse. Someone being gone, but still out there, or someone being gone forever, dead. I think someone being gone, but still out there, might be worse. Then there’s always the chance, the hoping, the wondering if things might change. If maybe one day he’ll come back. There’s also the wondering about what his new life is like. The life without you. Is he happier? And if he is, you’re left being sad, wondering what it would be like if you were happy with him. But when someone is dead, he’s dead. He’s not coming back. There is no second chance. Death is a period at the end of a sentence. Someone gone, but still out there, is an ellipsis…or a question to be answered.”
Samantha Schutz, You Are Not Here

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