Posts for loss

Her Monument

General/Column August 19, 2019

I think I need to write this. For her.                                                                                                                               I say “her,” but of course I had no biological evidence…

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Dust and Water

General/Column June 17, 2019

Once, I ran headlong into the waves and let their salty sheets enfold my body, drench clothes and shoes newly…

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Shine On, Brief Candle

General/Column May 31, 2019

Life is a burning candle that flickers and fails. The wax is neither fortified nor fashioned from steel to withstand…

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Learning to Be a Magician

General/Column December 17, 2018

For the Mothers My advice is to wear red silk, stand on stage, where all mothers of dying sons stand,…

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