34 comments on “Sudden Death

  1. The land speaks to all of her children, but many, especially in today’s world, are not able to hear the words. For me there is a belabored breath that it exhales when I visit such spots special to me, and sometimes I wonder whether she will thrive yet again.

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  2. I don’t think I’ve known of this experience to be summed up as beautifully as the last two lines of this. Thank you for that. The other reason I like reading your work is that I learn new words (umbels for today). Also thank you for your follow, likes, and support as I try to get my fledgling blog off the ground. I automatically smile when I see your name. 🙂

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