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go ahead, clap your hands.

I finally held Dave’s death certificate on Monday night.  It shouldn’t have been a shock, but it was.

I flinched.
I cried.

It reminded me of the game my little brother loved: 767 more words

Husband

"coinage" - by grayson queen

coinage

written by grayson queen

So, you throw some change in your cup holder after you pay for your food at the drive-thru. You eat in your car on the way to wherever, and you finish. 1,014 more words

Fellowship

#ALoveStory

And then he died.

Without explanation.

Without her. 

Suddenly.

While she was away.

It was kidney failure.
It was wife failure.  I am so sorry. 418 more words

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Just a little poetry reading:

Special thanks to Stories that Must Not Die for holding my words for me, before I could read them.

5 Questions answered, on the fly: 101 more words

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Dear Mom

This was written by Grayson Queen in December of 2012, and posted to his blog.  You may remember it from there.  He was an artist, a writer, a blogger, a geek, a diabetic, a depression-sufferer, my husband, and billions of other things.   1,119 more words

Relationships

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Head over to Stories to read some words by Grayson Queen that Rara is sharing with the community there. And, don't forget to leave a Thud in the comments.

here's your hat, what's your hurry?

I know, I know– I just got back and I’m already sending you away?

The thing is, I did a little blogging while I was gone and I wanted you to check it out.  384 more words

Prison

Let It Be

This is post 6 of 6, and concludes the series of poems and prose that Rara sent to be shared with the Stories community. 

In a bit of good news, she was released early on July 18th.   118 more words

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