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She Wouldn’t Forget

She was struggling, images becoming memory’s face, but the dangerous paths triggering trauma’s torment had to be faced. She’d not look away, not when trauma threatened others and her compassion remained, a product of her humanity, the humanity dying before … Continue reading

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That Was Close

It was close, far too close, but instead they took our neighbors. You know, the “others” we hardly knew. At least they took them and not us too. It was close again, and then again and again, until they came … Continue reading

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