Loraphine

Loraphine

A Poem by Tina
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My dad died a year or so ago,, when he was lying in his deathbed he had to have a combination of two medicines Lorazepam and morphine so this poem is about that.

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Loraphine.. my nightingale..
take me into your embrace.
calm my soul and pain erase.
kiss me tenderly, let me 
drown in you. In sweet 
slumber I lay. My cares and 
woes are swept away. Soon 
never again will I awake.
Into the light I must partake.
Leaving this world and all I love 
to my place in heaven above. 
There I will join those that went 
before Me. My death is not the 
end, there is A new journey here 
for me. So Do not Greave or cry 
for me, fore I am with The Lord. 
I am finally free. 

Dedicated  to my dad

© 2023 Tina


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Hello Tina. A lovely dedication to your late Dad. This combination of drugs would have aided a peaceful transition from this world to the next. Your lines had a calming, slowing down effect. I am sorry for your loss. It is good to see a post from you. It’s been a while.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.



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I connected with this. My mother was dying of lung cancer and was dosing heavily on morphine. I didn't object since she was a wonderful woman who was in great pain. I miss her.

Posted 6 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Your words are such a beautifully touching tribute to and for your darling father, Tina. The many essential drugs can alter an onlooker's perspective of the needy person. But as you so finely say infer a combination f like that is such a blessing help into the next world. And yes, finally free.

'My death is not the
end, there is A new journey here
for me. So Do not Greave or cry
for me, fore I am with The Lord. '

Posted 9 Months Ago


Thank you for your feedback, it nice to hear from you too

Posted 1 Year Ago


Hello Tina. A lovely dedication to your late Dad. This combination of drugs would have aided a peaceful transition from this world to the next. Your lines had a calming, slowing down effect. I am sorry for your loss. It is good to see a post from you. It’s been a while.

Chris

Posted 1 Year Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.


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Added on May 15, 2023
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Tags: Death, loss, afterlife

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Hi I'm Tina. I've written short stories and poetry off and on for years. I enjoy reading poetry. A lot of my short stories do leave people wanting to know more, I like that. Whenever I try to write .. more..

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