Counterpoint

(To this.)
Maybe it’s because the setting is so familiar, which is a luxury I don’t usually have if I want to stick to well-written material, (with apologies to all my writer friends 🙂 ) but this is one of the most touching stories that I’ve ever read. I had read it quite a long while back, and forgotten about it until after I wrote that poem. I just read it again and thought I really should link to it.

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