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Letter: What is next?

Mud slides, floods and now fires

What is next?

Mud slides, floods and now fires — what’s next, I wonder? Trump’s war?

Watching updated TV news of fires raging out of control. Devastating forests, stressing out wildlife. Threatening or erasing entire human communities where there must be a word to describe even sadder than sad?

The hardship and heartache drenched by so many tears if combined, would surely be enough to douse the flames that hinder turning many a life’s work into cinders.

You who are suffering now, makes one wonder who will be next? A potential repeat is very close to home, but unfortunately nobody cares till it’s far too late.

Time only can rebuild and heal but never replace a memory of how life used to be.

Tom Isherwood

Olalla

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