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Like an old coin used up and tossed from some balcony into the river; like a snowflake fallen among us melts on the cold concrete of the day, I stare inside an empty house and gone are all that I loved. A father is left to rot. But forgive me family. An old man knows not what he says—except when he does. But that is not now, and it was not then. I hear a call and I see the kids who sing on all through the day—a light not meant to fade. Like an old coin used up and tossed from some balcony, I am not. The light does not fade. The light does not give.


from The Death of Samuel Miller, released June 27, 2014


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