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God’s Golden Eyes

  March 22, 2018   Dear Jim, I was awake long before you would have hoped for me.  It snowed yet again, though a far less fearsome Nor’easter than this month’s past three.  This morning I was in one of … Continue reading

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It is That I Miss You So Much

It is That I Miss You So Much

A poem from Dorothea Grossman:

It is not so much that I miss you
as the remembering
which I suppose is a form of missing
except more positive,
like the time of the blackout
when fear was my first response
followed by love of the dark.

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Four Rounds and a Wedding

I’ll miss you. Oh, how I’ll miss you. I’ll dream of you, And I’ll cry a million tears. But the sorrow will pass. And the one thing that will last, Is the love that you’ve given to me. —After You’re … Continue reading

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