Posts for playground

The Son I Didn’t

General/Column December 17, 2018

Your voice is dried honeycomb, delicate and reminiscent of something thriving. I hold you to my chest, can smell your…

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Children Playing

General/Column October 15, 2018

In the bare playground on Third Avenue, girls play hide and seek. They are forbidden to leave the playground, instructed…

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Almost Ready

General/Column April 9, 2018

My son’s school day finishes at 2.45pm. Some afternoons we leave right away: for his swimming lesson, a haircut, or…

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I did not know

General/Column December 12, 2016

I did not know that it would be like this. That a part within would grow and climb out of…

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