From a Day of Rage to a day of mourning, Egyptians everywhere are carrying their dead.
With tears falling, many are trying to make sense of the hundreds of deaths produced by ongoing clashes between security forces and protesters.
Chanting "God loves martyrs," mourners march in a funeral procession in Alexandria where one resident says hundreds suffered bullet wounds from the army.
In Suez, the body of a Muslim Brotherhood member killed a day before in Cairo's Ramses Square arrived for his grieving father.
The family announced a full funeral service would not be held until Mohamed Morsi returns to power.
Meanwhile, the presidency's political adviser, Mostafa Hegazy, vowed that the government would continue on the path to democracy.
The country has been in a heightened state of chaos since a crackdown on Muslim Brotherhood supporters earlier this week.