With the Passing of Time

Finality (repudiate essay)

Posted on: May 17, 2009

“He’s dead to me” sounds so dramatic; over the top. But in a way I have disowned him. He’s no backbone to speak of, has no sense of family or responsibility. I didn’t forgive him for not coming to his brother’s funeral but even then there was an opening, a chance to possibly make amends. Not coming to his mother’s funeral was the last straw, not even an attempt at an explanation, to reach out to anyone. A poor pathetic excuse of a man. I may worry that my ancestors are disappointed in me. He doesn’t have to worry. There’s no doubt that his are mortified that he’s related; no question his father is ashamed.

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Willingness to join soil, sound, hands; memory follows me ~ Viggo Mortensen
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