I don't know if people have forgotten. I don't know if their allowance for my grief has worn thin or out completely. I don't know if they think I should be over it or, worse yet,that I am over it. I'll set the record straight: there's nothing to get over. You can't get over losing a child just like you can't get over having a child. It's nearly if not completely impossible to know what it is to lose a child if you haven't just as it's nearly if not completely impossible to know what it is to have a child.
In a perfect earth, people would either understand your grief or at the very least respect it, but in a perfect world, there would be no grief to understand.
"Oh they tell me of a home far beyond the skies..."