#SheQuotes Mary Elizabeth Frye on death.


Mary Elizabeth Frye do not stand at my grave


It’s such a comfort to know those who leave us are never really gone. They live on in our memories, in our selves, and in the legacy they have left behind.

The full poem is here:

Do Not Stand At My Grave And Weep

Other links:

a daughter’s prayer to god

Things Are Not Always What They Seem
10 Lessons to Learn From A Dog’s Life
Goodbyes Are STILL Sad Things, 33 Years Later
Four-Year-Old Meredith Writes A Letter To God
what it looks like when an angel loves you
some promises aren’t worth keeping


Susan Macaulay is the creator and curator of She QuotesAmazing Women Rock and My Alzheimer’s Story. She also blogs about other random stuff here.