Housework is a marriage like any other, your mother told you once.
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why do I crave home remembering it like some oasis not sure it ever was though yes sunlight afternoons with floral dresses the whole yard […]
We all knew we were broken.
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But most likely it was a combination of these events that explains what happened on the last Sunday of summer.
I could not see beyond the horizon, during those youthful summers, to what will confront me in the future.
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Survivor’s Guilt is about recognizing that we are all accountable for our humanity and how we enact socially.
I wonder if each life has its own ration on love. I wonder if I’ll know when mine has run out, how I’ll know when the right time comes to spend it.