Creative Writing and unfinished business…
April 17, 2016 § 6 Comments
queues for paris and dublin –
image courtesy reuters
Tagged: creative writing, fear, haiku, lost child, poetry
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Thanks, Derek. It reminded me of when I lost my little girl in a very crowded terminal on the way to Africa. Deeply scary 😦
That is scary. My 4 year old son once stepped on a tube train whilst I was managing our 2 year old and her pushchair. The doors closed. To cut the story short, two young men handed him over to the staff at the next station and we were soon reunited.
Equally scary. Suddenly they are gone. That split second that could change lives…
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