Posts for grief

Two Bikes

General/Column October 23, 2017

In our grief, we are like children. We spend our grown-up money on two bikes, in bright-ass orange, as the…

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Be Gentle

General/Column July 14, 2017

I stare, paralyzed, at the stroller laying neatly collapsed in the entryway. It is the first thing that the new…

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Vessel of Ache

General/Column April 17, 2017

She carries herself well. She is a vessel. She is loneliness. Neither can be picked up and carried away unless…

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Giving Her Son the World

General/Column October 20, 2016

What started as a layer of sheer tissue spindled around each rib grew its own heart. The doctor said she…

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