FRIDAY’S FANTASTIC FINDS: Sad Is My Heart a Poem by author Trish Hubschman

FRIDAY’S FANTASTIC FINDS: Sad Is My Heart a Poem by author Trish Hubschman

Sad is my Heart

By Trish Hubschman

January 2024

Note: This poem is dedicated TO Robert Sollars who passed away Sunday, December 31.

Five years ago,

Almost to the day,

You and I met.

It wasn’t in person,

But on cyberspace.

I don’t know what you said to me,

Or I said to you,

But we clicked.

We became instant friends,

Best friends.

You called me your little sister.

I cherished that.

I could tell you anything.

You were such a wonderful writer.

Poetry flowed from you so easily ,

So well.

You even wrote a poem for me to give Kevin.

It was beautiful.

I felt like Sirino.

Now, you’re gone,

Taken away so swiftly.

I didn’t see any warning.

I know you were depressed.

I know your health wasn’t good.

But I never dreamed

you would just vanish.

Be gone forever

In a blink of an eye.

You were special to me.

I’ll Always remember you,

Robert.

For five years

you were the very best friend

I ever had.

About the author and her work…

Gayle’s Tales: Tracy Gayle Mysteries

by Trish Hubschman

Copyright December 23, 2022

The book is for sale from Smashwords (e-book only) and from Amazon in e-book ($3.99), paperback ($8.50), and hardcover ($16.50).

175 pages in print.

Find full book details and more on Trish’s Website here.

 

Synopsis:

Gayle’s Tales is a collection of Tracy Gayle mystery short stories.

Everyone’s favorite couple, Tracy and Danny, are still going strong, romantically and professionally, rocking and rolling and solving crimes.

Tracy has to locate missing persons who vanished decades earlier.

She gets tangled in murder investigations she hadn’t anticipated.

She digs into a coal mining town that’s been uninhabited for 40 years and discovers secrets and skeletons.

In the end, she brings long–lost family members and friends back into each other’s arms and lives.

Through all this, she and Danny are planning their wedding extravaganza at the Plaza Hotel in New York City.

Tracy narrates her own adventures in these tales, as she does in the books.

2 Comments

  1. Trish Hubschman Reply
    January 5, 2024

    He was supposed to be indestructable. Of course he wasn’t. We worked together on a book. He’s gone now forever I’ll miss him

    1. Hi, Trish. I’m so sorry for your loss. I too lost someone close at the end of 2023. I hope he and Robert have met and are having a high old time. Let us remember our lost ones fondly and well. Loves and hugs.

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