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In Sickness and Solidarity

In Mother Words Blog January 31, 2020

My aching spine tenses for a moment at the angry car horn. I’ve dragged my painful, sloppy jumble of bones,…

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The Movement of Grief

General/Column December 30, 2019

I have studied the waygrief curls into the base of my throat, opens her sails to tender momentsthat catch gusts…

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Planting the Seed

In Mother Words Blog December 6, 2019

            “How old do you think I’ll be when I have my first kiss?” Ryan asked during dinner.             I put down…

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Terms of Debridement: Living in Grief

In Mother Words Blog November 15, 2019

“To weep is to make less the depth of grief.”(Henry VI, Part III, Act II, Scene I, Line 85) I have…

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