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Grace

©emanuele7100 ( for everything, give thanks ) Thank you for the words my father spoke before he died. Thank you for his comfort in the final hours, for his steady and clear gaze, for his hands more familiar than my own. Thank you for the gentle pooling of blood just beneath his skin and for the slivers of ice I🔒

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Laura Jackson lives in Merion Station, Pa.


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