I Keep Forgetting That You Are Dead

Memories of my dad who passed from Covid-19

Photo: Author’s Dad

I talk to you all of the time and wonder why you haven't called me back. Then I remember that you died. Saying it aloud is like ripping my heart out. I keep hoping the phone will ring and you’ll tell me it all worked out and you are on your way over to see me. Your death just doesn’t make any sense to you. Others die but not you…




Fill your soul, open your heart, and show me the real YOU, flaws and all. No fluff. Raw and unfiltered.

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