‘onion tears…’ 

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Blogger : Wieckling (Debbie)

Story Title : Onion Tears

Challenge No : 3

Challenge : Write a Short Story using below three prompt words-


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Miracle challenge number 6, choice number 3 – write a short story using the words ‘plenty, postulated & suitable.’

While completing week number 21 in the ‘choosing your breath’ workshop I had think what ‘grief is….to me’ The grief of losing a child is like losing a piece of yourself. If I could illustrate this grief as something tangible, or describe it as something, what would it be and why? The image that comes to my mind is an ‘onion.’ I think grief is like an onion. You peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep. It’s hard to imagine a civilisation without onions.
Each day is a new layer of that onion. Some days the taste is sweet like the way we make a yummy caramelised onion to add to a favourite meal, or the perfect zing to a summer salad. Other days we are…

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