Category Archives: loss of one twin

A Twin, Alone on her Birthday…

Imagine being eighteen and dreading your birthday. The dread arrives weeks before your birthday does. It arrives on wings edging its way through your dorm room window, sliding in a crack open against the stuffy heat of the college heating … Continue reading

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Into the Light…

This morning I watched a bird fly in a pale blue sky. Fluffy white clouds were etched in the silver light of the sun. The dawning of the day into which, seventeen years earlier, my beautiful daughters were born. Only … Continue reading

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