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How My Mother's Death Set Me Free

With death comes freedom for the living as well as the dead

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For most people, I imagine, the death of a loved one is a painfully poignant time of loss and sadness. It is also a time that brings together families in a unifying act of mourning for the dearly departed. It is sad to reflect that in my case only one of these…

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Stories about relationship and love. All kind of relationships, love, child-parent, boss-employee, but must have a relationship character.

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Liam Ireland

Author, writer, Illumination Editor, Top Writer in short stories and poetry.

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