The dust falls silently after the deafening explosions. The only sound is the whimpering from the wreckage of what used to be her child’s bedroom. She claws frantically at the rubble unaware of the blood oozing from her hands, or her head. The whimpering stops, and she tries to dig even harder, shouting, screaming “Help, …

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I care about the plight of refugees and of the homeless I care about the beauty of the flowers in the garden and the sun shining on the horizon at dawn But above all I care about you, because none of it would matter without having you in my world, for my life orbits around …

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