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Relish Language

Experiencing death and marking the loss

The Funeral of Innocence

My idealism railing against a young girl’s upbringing in a foreign country

A side-view of a little girl, barely the height of the windowsill, wearing a pink dress holding out a string of pearls as if determining to put them around her neck. Her hair short and wavy but maturely coiffed like a woman’s but with a barrette. A representative photo of a girl growing up too fast against more idealistic fashion.
Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash

She said that she didn’t ever want to be pregnant because she concluded that having children must be a nuisance, and there was this particular term that she used to announce this in her native language that…

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RL — Love the art and savor the life of articulation

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