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age thirteen

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age seven

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and her sister

age seven

13 comments:

Mary-LUE said...

Thanks Jozet for doing this.

Columnist said...

It's odd. While I was trying desperately to write about this subject today at the order of my boss, I was thinking about Amish dolls and how they have no faces.
Your post is very powerful.

columnist said...

Oh, and I didn't use the doll image. Instead, I came up with this: http://www.blogs.pennlive.com/default.asp?item=200874

Charlotte's Mom said...

Wow. It took me a minute to understand this post (mommy mush brain), but once I did I was overwhelmed.

Thanks. Your words are incredibly powerful

lildb said...

sure. it sounds trite to say it. I don't care. I'm gonna do it anyway.

thank you for this post.

samalishy said...

Thanks Jozet.

wordgirl said...

Powerful in its simplicity. Thank you.

bubandpie said...

I've read articles about this subject with that kind of awful fascination but nothing made it real to me until now. And I am so desperately sad.

Stephanie T. said...

:(

mamatulip said...

So, so sad. And unnecessary.

KK said...

I can't find the words. *sigh*
You hit head on in a way that few others could.

anne said...

For days I've been trying to comment. I can't. Too sad.

Jess Riley said...

God, it's just so senseless and heartbreaking. Jozet, this was the most poetic tribute. Thank you.

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