Letters from Anon
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Letters from Anon


A Letter to My Mother, Who I Lost 25 Years Ago

Never forgotten

Photo by William Farlow on Unsplash

Ma —

You taught me the meaning of the word love. You also taught me the absence of love — or pain — when you left so early.




For anyone who has ever wanted to publish anonymously, or get something off their chest. Now is your chance to send a secret open letter, or even make an anonymous pen-pal.

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