Posts for aging

Migration

General/Column December 18, 2017

As you vanish, unchecked grasping frantically at denial (your trusted safety belt) trying to resist sinking noticing on a glimpse…

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Keeping Time

General/Column November 10, 2017

“Seventy-one, seventy-two, seventy-three, seventy-four.” My son whisper counts on the pillow next to me. His dad, squinting into the closet…

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Ode to Mothers

General/Column January 18, 2016

She glanced at her hands yesterday All wrinkled and crooked Just like old hands But she was still young. Where…

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