It can be waiting
And telling your children to wait
Wait their whole childhoods away.
It’s knowing they blame you.
Growing up, I hated being on “food stamps.” I hated being walked into a welfare office and inspected, queried to make sure we were really our mother’s children. I hated … Continue reading →
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