Alice M. Curley is a Boston area poet who studied playwriting and theatre at Boston University and now works at Harvard University for the Division of Continuing Education. She found herself driven to write about the experience of living during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating Poems of Pandemic Days. Her work has been published in Poetry in 13 Volume 3, The Loss Sessions, M., Anthology for a Friend, and has been featured on the sites Inspiration in Isolation and 100 Words of Solitude.

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Lost Ones

Poem | Lost Ones Grief is a strange beastArriving without warningMaking your heart thunderAs memories flood inYour heart overwhelmedAching for what once wasPart of you forever changedFrom the exit of a sacred soulResist the urge to shut downHonor your dear lost oneLove again You may also like Grief Written by Vaishnavi

Poem | Lost Ones

Grief is a strange beast
Arriving without warning
Making your heart thunder
As memories flood in
Your heart overwhelmed
Aching for what once was
Part of you forever changed
From the exit of a sacred soul
Resist the urge to shut down
Honor your dear lost one
Love again

You may also like Grief Written by Vaishnavi

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Alice M. Curley is a Boston area poet who studied playwriting and theatre at Boston University and now works at Harvard University for the Division of Continuing Education. She found herself driven to write about the experience of living during the COVID-19 pandemic, creating Poems of Pandemic Days. Her work has been published in Poetry in 13 Volume 3, The Loss Sessions, M., Anthology for a Friend, and has been featured on the sites Inspiration in Isolation and 100 Words of Solitude.
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