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I combined two of my favourite poems around departures as I feel it’s exactly Milli and a beautiful blessing as well as confirmation of Milli and her spirit. I wish I could be here to celebrate Milli today but send you on this poem as words of comfort and a healing balm in that gap Milli has left behind.
Much love and light,
Ancient Irish Blessings on Death
Written by John O Donaghue (An Irish poet himself departed)
“I pray that you will have the blessing
Of being consoled and sure about your death.
May you know in your soul
There is no need to be afraid.
When your time comes, may you have
Every blessing and strength you need.
May there be a beautiful welcome for you
In the home you are going to.
You are not going somewhere strange,
Merely back to the home you have never left.
May you see the reflection of your life’s kindness and beauty
In all the tears that fall for you.
May your spirit feel
The surge of true delight
When the veil of the visible
Is raised, and you glimpse again
The living faces
Of departed family and friends before you.
May there be some beautiful surprise
Waiting for you inside death,
Something you never knew or felt,
Which with one simple touch
Absolves you of all loneliness and loss,
As you quicken within the embrace
For which your soul was eternally made.
May your heart be speechless
At the sight of the truth
Of all your belief had hoped,
Your heart breathless
In the light and lightness
Where each and every thing
Is at last its true self
Within that serene belonging
That dwells beside us
On the other side
Of what we see.
May your going be sheltered
And your welcome assured.
May your soul smile
In the embrace
Of your *Anam Cara your ‘Soul Mate’
Remembering Milli 2010
There’s something missing
Your affirmations of abundance ..Milli O’Nair
The oval wooden bowl filled with sprouts and grated beetroot for our shared meals
The way you raged as we sat on the highest sand dune at Tyagarrah about the latest boyfriend breaking yet another contract you both had made
That basket, full of great NVC games and the odd wand or three
Your coo-ee as you neared my door
Your understanding and insights as I spilled my latest heart woes
The way you cut your fingernails straight across ..the last part I saw of you was your hand
The plans we made for community – all of us together in perfect understanding and openness
Your boobs bursting into that turquoise and gold Abundance t-shirt
The long phone calls when you weren’t nearby sharing what was up
The howls and tears you cried, tissues mounting by your side, and then that long “ahhh glad I got that out”
Your pain, your humour, your intensity, your love
There’s something missing Milli
By Wendy Royston
Hi Milli…I have met you in January 2005, and you helped me to arrange a workshop. I was always remembering you. I get a real deep shock, when I heart from your accident. My mother was killed in a car – accident too. The whole thing came up to me again, and you know, you have a similar looking with my mother and I was asking myself: “Why did it happen to them. What is the relation between the victim and a the doer?” I hope you will find answer where you are now, maybe if you come back, we will meet again. So I want to say good buy to you, that you will find your peace in universe. I will always be loving your soul
and remembering you.
missing you dear woman xo
GOD Bless You Milli – I LOVE YOU. Tansy xxxxxxx :)
“My Baby now rests in HEAVEN….” From The Divine MOTHER.