Death: prompt

A Forever Friendship

Death has no power over Love

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It was really beautiful and peaceful. The mausoleum was a sacred space. I could feel it as I walked past the statue of Mary, Blessed Virgin, through the chapel to the small benches set in the aisle. It was a Catholic cemetery — and as a recovering Catholic — I still understood what that meant. Old traditions die hard — even for a…

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