I can see her struggling to find the right word. Death seems so harsh. Passing so oblique. Some things are beyond words, I suppose, and she never finishes the statement. It seems right, that her words should fall into oblivion; after all, she–like me, like everyone–has no words for what follows, for the unknowable, only her hopes and prayers and an unwavering faith in something more.



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