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All I Want for Mother’s Day is for You to Promise to Keep My Stuff After I Die

That’s All I Ask

Photo by Juliane Liebermann on Unsplash

My beloved child, in the very distant future, I will die. By distant future, I mean relatively soon if you consider the timeline of the Earth’s continuum. If I had to put a number on it, I’d guess in like 28 years. But it’s many more melted icebergs amount of years in the future, so don’t worry.




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Stacey Curran

Stacey Curran

Teacher, runner, former journalist; few N.E. Press Assoc. Awards, few Boston Globe essays, few anthologies, few comedy sites, few poems, so many grocery lists.

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