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It’s the Worst

Sometimes the worst thing you can lose is fearlessness.

I was thinking about what my husband Victor said was the worst thing he could ever lose. I couldn’t remember what he said, back in the days when we could speak with one another. But I do remember him telling me that his greatest fear was the fear of being alone. And today he is alone.

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Mama of three. To one, a wife. Ambiguous grief. That’s my life. (Among other things concerning brains). “Words are all I have,” goes the song and I go too.

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Dawna Elaine Page

Dawna Elaine Page

Mama of three. To one, a wife. Ambiguous grief. That’s my life. (Among other things concerning brains). “Words are all I have,” goes the song and I go too.

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