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Poetry and Writing

β€œTo lose a spouse is a tragedy, to lose a child perhaps the greatest tragedy most of us could imagine; but everyone had an identity before becoming a spouse or a parent. A twin is never anything but a twin until separation by death, and there is no way of untwining except by death. In the most intimate of bereavements, the surviving twin finds the foundation of his or her own identity undermined because twinhood bestows the singular oddity of a plural identity.” – Rosemary Clark

This is one of my favorite pieces. My journey in healing has just started and writing as therapy is such a great way to express what you are feeling. I hope you all will enjoy my story. Eva Jo

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