Thanks Jamie Dedes
In memory of Teresa Margaret Mahfouz, beloved sister.
“On his back, Robert must have had time to see something beautiful, and not just the ugliness of a city street at the end of life. Even with the tremendous pain in his badly gutted belly he would have looked up beyond the fire escapes and the windows with their glittery trees and television glows, to the sky about the rooftops. A sky shimmery with the possibilities of death; lights exaggerated, the heavens peeled back- a swirling haze of nebulae and comets – in some distant place, intimations of the new beginning into which he would soon journey.” Oscar Hijuelos,Mr. Ives’ Christmas
The last Wednesday Writing Prompt, Dueling With Words to Stop Gun Violence, November 1, was the gift of Evelyn Augusto, the poet who initiated an effort with the same name. Details are in that post. Clearly…
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