Author Archives: jasmine shei

About jasmine shei

My blog is to express my journey in finding a purpose in life, after a great loss. As I wonder in the woods, I hope I will eventually find a path to a lifelong fulfillment.

Think of You

I think of you, On a grooming day. You bring down my tears and knees; I think of you, On a sunny day. You bring warmth to my body and soul; I think of you, On a raining day. You … Continue reading

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I am a creep

The stage lights dimmed. Everyone got quiet. He closed his eyes as the music started.  A sadness unfolded when he sang:  “When you were here before Could not look you in the eye You just look like an angel Your … Continue reading

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Father’s Grief

“Our baby boy passed away today, three years ago.  Shall we do something?” she asked expectantly. “I do not like these sorts of things.” Then, he walked away. What kind of father would refuse to mourn his son? She stormed … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Tribute

Two women sat down to their seats on an airplane, one by the window, another by the aisle.  The plane started to fill up and they politely nodded to each other. The one by the window was a woman at … Continue reading

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Meet You Half Way

Meet you half way. My child. Tell me if I am getting closer to you as I fly the sky. I know you are up there. Show me the direction. Am I getting closer facing east or west?   As the … Continue reading

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Just believe

#1: Scene from the movie Finding Neverland Scene from Finding Neverland Boy Peter just lost her mother.  He was grieving. “I thought she would always be here.” He asked. “So did I.” A good friend of her mother explained. “In … Continue reading

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a drop of LIFE

What is living like?  Living is like cooking a big pot of soup, for decades. Each time, life, the ultimate iron chef, would mix different flavors to the soup, to give kinks and zest.  Overtime, the flavor changes and becomes … Continue reading

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