Tag Archives: homeless

The Winds of Change

“ For when all else is done, only words remain. Words endure.” – Kate Mosse, The Winter Ghosts A recent article in one of the only free newspapers left in the city caught my eye, describing a worrisome new normal … Continue reading

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Child Woman, Child Man

You in the doorways and streets hugging concrete and dog for warmth, you who cry out for love and acceptance seeking family from sidewalks. You are the brave, leaving abuse behind. Pause in this time and place to catch your … Continue reading

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