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Singing Children and a Chatty Woman

Children are singing on the stage. Their colorful dresses and innocent faces light up the entire stage, especially the little ones. They constantly look at each other for support with little fear in their eyes.  One child even walks off … Continue reading

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Reborn

Punch me in the face, over and over.  Let a new face be free of grief; Strangle me, again and again.  Let a new brain be free of dark thoughts; Stab me, over and over.  Let a new body be … Continue reading

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Tomorrow

He slowly walked towards the service table, sat on the edge of the chair, grabbed a pencil, and waited. Then, he In his shaking hands, he wrote:  Lord, baby Kevin is in your hands. Then, he folded the note once and … Continue reading

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Training Day

It is little misty outside.  I put on my walking shoes and start my ritual walk.  It is now effortless for me to put one foot in front of the other.  When in mood, I would run for a while just … Continue reading

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Life After Loss (part II)

One Cucumber and Three Donut Peaches We were out of cucumbers one Sunday. We decided to work for it, by walking to the grocery store, 4 miles away. It was ambitious for someone do not walk much on the daily … Continue reading

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Life After Loss (part I)

(An Open Letter to My Husband) I hope you understand why you are important to me.  I do not like to bug you if I do not have to.  We have lost so much last year.  We cannot LOSS each … Continue reading

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Not Alone

Going to the Bereavement Supporting Group sponsored by the local hospital has been a safe heaven for me, especially having a special someone, the bereavement coordinator, Alley, there. She has seen me from the very first day; the day death … Continue reading

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