Lacrima

“The sorrow which has no vent in tears may make other organs weep.” – Attributed to British Psychiatrist Henry Maudsley in “Why We Cry: The Truth About Tearing Up.” Do we cry less as we age? Is it because we feel emotions less acutely? Or it is that we’ve learned to repress and suppress this Read More …

One Bright Spark

Lydia woke to the sound of raindrops plinking against the metal chimney in syncopation with Dad’s snoring. Her little brother Ronald called it “snorting” and set an alarm, once, to wake himself at two in the morning to see if he did it, too. He was disappointed. Lydia assured her brother he had no reason to Read More …