Still grieving? Still dead. STILL a parent.

Still/Always

Miranda's Story: Bereaved Mother
to a Stillborn Child

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STILL grieving? Yes, I am still grieving.⁠

I am still grieving, because the work of grief is never done.⁠

I am still grieving, because I put into my grief what I cannot put into life with my son.⁠

I am still grieving, because he is STILL, and will always, be dead.⁠

I am still grieving, because grief has no ending; grief lasts as long as love.⁠

And so maybe, instead of “still,” you would understand it better if I said “always”:⁠

Always grieving.⁠
Always loving.⁠
ALWAYS my child’s mom.⁠

 

💙🐘💙 Miranda’s Story is an account of my pregnancy with Adrian and my life after his death. 💙🐘💙

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