4 Responses to “emptiness”

  1. two-and-a-half months
    after you passed,
    the news was kept
    folded, signed
    but unsent.
    when reality is held
    suspended in
    equilibrium, emptiness
    is pinned in disguise

  2. You’ve found yet another way to touch me and show you understand. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You’re outstanding.


  3. Nicely said… but I didn’t understand where the dentist in all of that?? 😛
    Never the less… beautiful picture, beautiful words

    • hi, Ahamin – thank you for visiting. Barbara, the person who responded above your comment, is actually my dentist’s wife. he had passed over the winter holidays, but the letters were not sent until late February to let his patients know – quite a sad shock.

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