Monthly Archives: September 2019

9/11 and the Enduring Sorrow

(Note: This was originally posted on 9/11/12. The post has been slightly updated with some current information) Nine. One. One. On an autumn morning so vivid it seems like yesterday and so foggy it seems a lifetime ago our nation … Continue reading

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On Suicide Prevention Day

Trigger Warning: This post talks about suicide/ideation, child sex abuse, and depression. Please take care of yourself. If there is one thing in my life that I failed at that I’m happy about it’s suicide. When I was younger I … Continue reading

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Gunfire

Gunfire The sound of distant gunfire draws nearer as bodies drop one after another after another after another after the sound of rapid-fire gunfire shatters the air and airwaves again; guns glinting in sunlight moonlight man-made light. Darkness has fallen … Continue reading

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