How do you describe sorrow ? Are there really any words to express what it feels like to feel the sorrow of losing someone you love ? Sorrow is heavy. Sorrow is a sick, painful feeling that seems to come out of nowhere, but you can feel it everywhere. You can feel sorrow in your bones; in your skin.
Sorrow crawls through your heart and makes you feel as though you're dying. Sorrow is the death of a future you had all planned out with the one you love. Sorrow is black, butterflies that infest your guts and make you feel like you want to vomit.
Sorrow is waking up and realizing that there is no one sleeping next to you at night. Sorry is fixing only one cup of coffee in the morning. Sorrow is the winter wind on your face instead of the good-bye kiss before he leaves for work.
Sorrow is wrapping your arms around yourself and pretending you're in his embrace. Sorrow is thinking you can hear his voice, when you're home alone. Sorrow is longing for the things that will never be - seeing the joy in his eyes when his children get married or watching the smile spread across his face when he holds his first grandchild.
Sorrow is watching his little girl's heart breaking because she misses her daddy - her best buddy. Sorrow is hearing her cry herself to sleep at night and wishing you could just take all of her pain yourself. Sorrow is missing that sparkle in her eyes, when her daddy would come through the front door.
Sorrow is the complete loss of joy. It is the feeling of being naked, but not the normal naked; it's naked without skin. Sorrow makes you raw and leaves you emotionally bleeding and bruised.