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Making the Atrocious Acceptable

If you have read or watched the news over the past few days, you’ve likely heard about the Miami attack on Ronald Poppo, a 65-year-old homeless man who had his face savagely ripped off in an attack by 31-year-old Rudy … Continue reading

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“Du’s Song”

I have started, edited, erased, and started this piece over about a million times in the past few weeks. To make it all make sense to you means finally letting it make sense to me and nothing about a sudden … Continue reading

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The Day That Normal Died

We all know “Normal.” Normal lives with us day in and day out, keeping things on an even keel. He brings us back to center when life finds us hitting potholes in the road called our journey. We don’t see … Continue reading

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