This is a collaborative poem with verses by in order
Lily Lawson, Louise Wilford, Tracy Hutchinson, Sharon Pilkington, Jane Langan.
I wish I could say,
everything will be ok, one day this will all be a memory.
But as it stands right now, I wouldn't know quite how to reassure my friends that all bad things must end.
Swimming through the torrent, drowning in despair, all I can whisper is that I'll always be there.
I wish I could say, that the pain will go away, but you’re going to need the memory.
As memories are remembering, they keep us all alive. We speak inside your hearts, and in your minds.
Tracy can be found on Twitter most days.