This is what grief is.
A hole ripped through the very fabric of your being.
The hole eventually heals along the jagged edges that remain. It may even shrink in size.
But that hole will always be there.
A piece of you always missing.
For where there is deep grief, there was great love.
Don’t be ashamed of your grief.
Don’t judge it.
Don’t suppress it.
Don’t rush it.
Rather, acknowledge it.
Lean into it.
Listen to it.
Sit with it.
Sit with the pain. And remember the love.
This is where the healing will begin.
Very moving poem which speaks to my grief for my beloved husband. Clearly you understand deep and abiding love and loss. The bigger the love, the bigger the loss and grief.
Unfortunately this sculpture is not in Geneva anymore as reported. It has been moved away and presently being exhibited in October 2022 is in Ontario, Canada ( where exactly is not known ).
Thank you so much for letting me know!