Category Archives: sadness

Humanity and Warmth on Display

I haven’t written for a few days now. It isn’t because I haven’t wanted to blog, but rather because I really want to find the right words.  I have a lot to say, but not sure I can do it … Continue reading

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Goodbye Mr. Ellison

It is with a bit of a heavy heart that I write this piece. With so many thoughts going through my head, it is unlikely that I can write it in a short linear narrative, so I hope you will … Continue reading

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She Would Accept a Smile

Walking from A to B and then back to A can give you two different perspectives. All the places that were on the right on the trip out would be on the left for the trip back.  You would see … Continue reading

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A Lament for the Trees

I was under no illusion. I knew my corner of the world was undergoing population growth. My fellow commuters had increased in number–either that or the bus somehow lost a dramatic number of seats. I knew that the prices of … Continue reading

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