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My Father Saved My Life When He Died

A short non-fiction

With stoic conversations, silently watching TV, and awkward parental advice, life with my father wasn’t exactly a party. He didn’t work as a police officer, didn’t sacrifice himself to the military, and didn’t save lives. He was a kind and gentle man, too soft-spoken to confront most problems head-on. The superhuman opinion that every child develops of their parents…

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A multilingual language enthusiast. A fresh mind, impassioned by writing; making up for lost time. I write Short Fiction, Poetry, and the Occasional Opinion.

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Mike Johnson

Mike Johnson

A multilingual language enthusiast. A fresh mind, impassioned by writing; making up for lost time. I write Short Fiction, Poetry, and the Occasional Opinion.

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