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Unprescribed Honeymoon | By: Peggy Sturdivant

This essay was first published in Modern Love Rejects. Thanks to Peggy for sharing it with us! On what was supposed to be a five-week honeymoon trip I stood on a cliff above the Mediterranean in Portugal and realized I … Continue reading

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Songs in the Key of Life | By: Beth Mastin

On Lizzie’s last visit she retrieved her copy of Stevie Wonder’s album, Songs in the Key of Life. Twenty seven years ago, when I was pregnant with my daughter she had loaned it to me. The intent was that I … Continue reading

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A poem | By: Pat Prinz

Before the confirmation, then for 4 months more, before the surgery to remove ‘it’ I tried to grasp what ‘it’ was, and failed to grasp what ‘it’ was – this unknown amount of cancer in my body Dreading Outcomes of … Continue reading

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