The Summer GuestLarge Print - 2004
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Harry: I slept but did not sleep, dreamed but did not dream, was awake every minute and also not. The final unmaking of time, all its solid, familiar order undone, so that even the rhythm of the day and night has lost its meaning and one is everywhere in one's life at once; all that night I drowned in time (during his morphine cancer time).
It's said that many marriages do not survive the loss of a child, that such grief is a room parents enter together but depart alone. I have no cause to argue the point, having sat in just that room. From that day forward we loved each other, Meredith and I, but we loved with broken hearts. And when, on a morning not long after we had buried Sam, I came into the kitchen to find Meredith standing at the window, cupping the curve o her stomach in a secret way that I alone understood I knkew we would go on.
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