The Elisabeth Kubler Ross stages of grief are fairly accurate.
My experiences with those stages has been quite problematic because they are cyclical. I go through denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance - then I start all over again. But, the power behind each stage seems to diminish with time.
You can find dozens of poems read by Tom O’Bedlam online. I’m not sure if this is really the individuals name or not since Tom O’Bedlam is fictional. Regardless, this fella has a great voice.
In the spirit of diminishing power (and the grip that keeps on gripping), I give you
“If You Forget Me” by Pablo Neruda.