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Sons – Part 4 of 4

Michael The doctors spoke to them about a “degenerative disorder of the nervous system” and how infants with the disease seem perfectly normal at birth. The test for a definitive diagnosis could only be done at Albert Einstein Hospital in … Continue reading

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Sons – Part 2 of 4

  And so they tell their family and friends; there is joy for them and good wishes. Those with screaming brats welcome the soon to be members of their perpetually exhausted club. Her parents look forward to another grandchild; her … Continue reading

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Memory

We never fought much or so I remember and only once did I make you cry A lifetime together reduced to moments now less defined less remembered a kiss on the bow of a Brooklyn bound ferry when I was … Continue reading

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Wild Cherries

It was Autumn 2002. I was turning 60 years old and she and I were going to Paris. Paris,  Las Vegas. Neither of us had ever been to the Desert Mecca. I thought it might be fun. She had her … Continue reading

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Sons – A Story of Choice and Triumph – Part 4 of 4

Michael The doctors spoke to them about a “degenerative disorder of the nervous system” and how infants with the disease seem perfectly normal at birth. The test for a definitive diagnosis could only be done at Albert Einstein Hospital in … Continue reading

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Sons – A Story of Choice – Part 2 or 4

And so they tell their family and friends; there is joy for them and good wishes. Those with screaming brats welcome the soon to be members of their perpetually exhausted club. Her parents look forward to another grandchild; her older … Continue reading

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