Atrocities

June 19, 2018 @ 9:32 pm | Filed under:

What I have to say about it.

What he has to say about it.


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Comments

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  1. Tabatha says:

    It’s hard to find words. Glad both of you did.
    I feel like they are giving me lots of villainy fodder, as a writer. I would have made milder villains back in the day.

  2. tee+d says:

    And I appreciate you speaking.
    I am finding that I am growing quieter and quieter… it’s hard to … get up in the morning to find out what fresh hell, honestly.

    And yet, we’re called to bear witness here, so we set aside our tender feelings and all slog onward.

    I hate this like fire and salt in a wound.

  3. Penny says:

    Yes to what you say, and astonished/dismayed you have to say it. Well said, both of you.

  4. Penelope says:

    Indeed, holding silence is … sometimes easier, and yet only fleetingly so. As I wrote at my small blog, I keep wondering if this, now, finally, will be the hill a critical mass of us agrees is The Hill worth dying on. I keep wondering. Because ‘critical mass’ is the key term.

  5. maria says:

    Yes! What you said! What he said!
    This whole mess is MESSED UP! So thank you for speaking up!
    (And forgive my exclaiming, but REALLY!)

  6. Karen Edmisten says:

    Yes to it all, yes to every commenter here, yes to #resist.