Never Stop Remembering

Standing by the ocean looking at the people cry, Kaley’s soul seeks peace for them. She remembers that three to five women die every day from domestic violence  As a survivor, she’s asked to speak a word of comfort, but, how do you make sense of senseless acts? As she lights a candle and lays it on the water, she lets go of her fear and hopelessness. She says: Speak love to little boys and girls. Give them a sense of their value and worth. Discipline them with love and not with pain. Maybe then, it will stop.

Written for Friday Fictioneers by Rachel Wisoff-Fields. Photo Credit Carla Bicomong.

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