Sadness

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I asked my friend today how he was. Physically or mentally? he asked. I replied — emotionally and spiritually. His response was, I live with eternal sadness.

I hear you, I said. There is a peculiar sadness that comes with regret. A kind of, hollow lowness, a glum in the tum. My friend sees his sorrow as a kind of penance for acting against his better…

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I write about the earthling journey. https://www.penguin.co.nz/books/saltskin-9781869792374 https://ko-fi.com/louisewriter

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Louise Moulin

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I write about the earthling journey. https://www.penguin.co.nz/books/saltskin-9781869792374 https://ko-fi.com/louisewriter

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