- Nepantlaby Molly Senecal on December 1, 2020 at 4:50 pm
There is so much space between those two words – she died – how is it that the entire universe can be contained within that slip of space? The post Nepantla appeared first on Tiny Ferocious Things.
- Tooby Molly Senecal on April 12, 2020 at 12:20 am
Three letters with the power to destroy, to annihilate, to burn everything down. Too These three letters can throw the scale off balance, topple the house of cards, bring the whole damn thing down. You shake your head; I see you disagree with me. Bear with me, stay with me for a moment. Let me… The post Too appeared first on Tiny Ferocious Things.
- A Wish For Next Yearby Molly Senecal on December 30, 2019 at 4:09 pm
I wish for the impossible, for the faraway lifetime that ended years ago. I wish that the earth, soft with winter rain, would feel your feet — wide and solid — walk again through our garden. And that you would gather winter squash as you did before. I wish for one more brightly-lit dinner around… The post A Wish For Next Year appeared first on Tiny Ferocious Things.
- The First Year – Navigating These Seasons When Your Child Has Diedby Molly Senecal on December 12, 2019 at 4:35 am
Grief is a wilderness — sometimes I think I can see where I am supposed to go, but most of the time I can’t quite make out where the path is or how this will all settle down to something I can hold in my hands and say — ‘There. There is my loss and… The post The First Year – Navigating These Seasons When Your Child Has Died appeared first on Tiny Ferocious Things.
- Helping Teenagers with the Death Of A Siblingby Molly Senecal on November 16, 2019 at 5:48 pm
It’s November already. Almost one year since my youngest daughter died by suicide during her first semester away at college. Even as I write those words, I have to pause and let them wash over me as though they are new words, as if this is a new grief. I don’t think these words will… The post Helping Teenagers with the Death Of A Sibling appeared first on Tiny Ferocious Things.