Tag Archives: death and bereavement

A Birthday Wish For Dillon, by @jackaurquhart

©2014 by Jack Andrew Urquhart 682 words Dear Dillon, Dear Son, It’s March again—what would have been your thirty-fifth birthday arriving hard and heavy on the heels of Ash Wednesday this year. I say hard and heavy because it feels … Continue reading

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As real as ever, by @jackaurquhart

In Memoriam, Dillon Tyler Urquhart, 3.08.1979 – 8.02.2013 ©2013 by Jack A. Urquhart  370 words Dear Dillon, Dear Son, You are much on my mind today. It has been 72 days now.  You’d think that would be long enough, wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Poor Relations, new short fiction by @jackaurquhart

©2013 by Jack A. Urquhart 1984 words Less than twenty-four hours in and Mark can sense it, how the connection—his and Luke’s—is off. He notes well the signals of his brother’s waning attention: the never far from reach smartphone, the … Continue reading

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