A Faint Echo

Just out of earshot my heart strains to hear the faint echo of Dominic’s voice-his humor, his lively sarcasm and biting wit I can almost convince myself that he’s there in the room as the two other boys banter back and forth. 

I’m used to a trio, not a duet. 

boys

It’s like the blues without a bass line. 

How can it be the same song and yet a different one altogether?

Oh, how I miss him!

for the rest of my life I will search for moments full of you

 

Author: Melanie

I am a shepherd, wife and mother of four amazing children, three that walk the earth with me and one who lives with Jesus. This is a record of my grief journey and a look into the life I didn't choose. If you are interested in joining a community of bereaved parents leaning on the promises of God in Christ, please like the public Facebook page, "Heartache and Hope: Life After Losing a Child" and join the conversation.

4 thoughts on “A Faint Echo”

  1. Four years on March 6th, it is as fresh in my mind as yesterday. Some days I hear her voice, other days, my soul aches to hear her voice just one more time. Whatcha doin Mama?

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  2. tonight…as the two year mark of his homegoing arrives…I did just that very thing…touching things John Paul had touched…eyes closed I could almost feel him there…it is so very different, having carried him within for nine months, awaiting – eagerly awaiting his arrival to earth…his absence is unlike any other loss I have experienced…grandparents, parents, loved ones, siblings, cousins, all that have gone before have left a gaping hole in my soul, but nothing like the loss of my firstborn son…and I cry out at times, Lord, just what are we still here for? with all the evil manifesting in so many different arenas…Maranatha! Come Quickly, Lord Jesus! I am thankful you give yourself to this blog communication, Melanie…you have ministered to me and so many…you may have no idea just how much… ❤

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    1. Tonight, it is now three years – and “Ditto” to all of what I wrote last year 😢🥺 and Thank you some more, Melanie 🥰

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