30 years on Grief has dogged me For a long time From diagnosis to internment And on, and on. At first, grief was a snarling cur, curled lips deep bark, bared teeth, Full of warning and pain, Then the quick tenacious bite, And oozing tears. Later grief was a neurotic little lap dog nipping at my heels, Annoying me And wanted attention But too fearful to allow itself to be held and petted. Sometimes came the wolf eyed Guard dog, Suspicious and angry But practical, working for food and board, but wary. I needed to watch my hands. As I became accustomed, grief became a cute friendly cuddly pup, Quick to please, but confused when her bite punctured skin, drew blood, and my curse. Grief grew with me and now is sometimes like an old and sleepy companion dog, Belly up under the table. The two of us comfortable in each other presence. My sighs and breaths of regret doesn’t alarm the old dog, Nor wake her from her nap. Grief grows on me, I’d rather not have this companion, but I’ve gotten used to it. By: Dennis Gura
Family and friends came together to celebrate Dillon’s 31st birthday. Click to watch the video here.
As I was unable to post a video on Dillon’s birthday, I decided to write my favorite memory here… I loved that Dillon wanted to be at Rustic Canyon Co-op Nursery School each and every year to help out! He was a great worker, and he really enjoyed the kids and all of the fun that we had each and every day during the summer sessions. One of my favorite photos that I have found through the years is all of us roasting marshmallows around our “campfire” during Western Week at school. I have so much love for Dillon!
Dillon is always with me throughout the year. I see his smile in the sky on a clear day. I hear his gentle soul in the raindrops as they cleanse the earth. I feel his warmth in the sunshine as it envelopes my body. I rest easy at night thinking of his love. I miss his touch and humor more than I can express. Today, especially, I miss my nephew.
Dillon you were my dream come true everyday you were by my side I was content when you left my spirit & heart broke but I am still fighting for all the things I care about I know you would be proud…
Thinking about Dillon today!
Dillon is always with me throughout the year.
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