The Agony of Guilt in Grief: That All of Love Could Sweep Time Back That All of Love Could Sweep Time Back Should’ve, would’ve, could’ve, If I’d only come to see, That might I future forward live To see all eternity. That I might know when and where somehow, And here and now then see, […]
The Agony of Guilt in Grief: That All of Love Could Sweep Time Back
- Post author By Beth Brown
- Post date July 18, 2022
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