Entries Below Are About The Topic Of Grief

Loss in Translation

Thereby hangs a tale… On New Year’s Day I emerged from beneath a two-month flurry of editing.  Editing is writing, but not the heady wrangling of story down onto page.  Anything goes in the initial writing process.  Anything may be … Continue reading

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  Thereby hangs a tail…. There’s a strange quietude that settles when a dog dies.  Like a fine ash of dust leftover in an unused house.  As though existence disapparates from our world into the next, leaving a trace of … Continue reading

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Not Today

Thereby hangs a tail… At the passage of an adored dog the emotion of grief is raw and powerful, as overwhelming as that of the death of any loved one. In his poem, The Power Of The Dog, Rudyard Kipling writes … Continue reading

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