Tag Archives: Grief

  1. Burying the Cake – and the Alleluia

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    November 10, 2018 by lucieromarin

    I’ve been ironing baby-clothes and thinking about this post by Dorothy Cummings McLean, in which she writes about what it …
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  2. The Glass I Cannot Throw Away

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    August 23, 2018 by lucieromarin

      This is the glass I cannot throw away. It sits next to my sink. I can’t use it (the …
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  3. “We Have to Remain Faithful”


    March 15, 2014 by lucieromarin

    You’ll hear this from the pulpit, sometimes: “When scandal occurs or others fall, we have to remain faithful,” or, “Even …
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  4. Now I’m Just Somebody that He Used to Know


    March 2, 2014 by lucieromarin

    This weekend, while trudging through the rain with a bag of groceries on my back, I suddenly remembered lines from …
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  5. “They Shall Say to the Mountains, ‘Cover Us.'” (For When You Know What’s Coming, and It’s Bad.)


    December 6, 2013 by lucieromarin

    I’m no fan of sudden disasters or unexpected evils, and quite understand why we wish for a little foreknowledge sometimes; …
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