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Why!

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Used to wonder why I had been born. Why life had started so small and helpless. Why I breathed my first breath with a cry. Why I opened my hazel eyes so slowly. Why…

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Love breathed

Something beckons to me softly, repeatedly, assuredly  as if love breathed upon my face from a mother’s cooing lips, a firstborn of this moment, I am helpless but home, no matter  my place  outside the womb,  her radiant  affection  bleeds … Continue reading

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Quote from my mother

“Nobody cares how much you know, just that you know enough to care” my mother

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Why!

Used to wonder why I had been born. Why life had started so small and helpless. Why I breathed my first breath with a cry. Why I opened my hazel eyes so slowly. Why I sucked my thumb with such … Continue reading

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