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Turning for two hundred years, the wheel still runs. Tarnished with age, it moves in its slow circle, helping millers grind the flour for many generations yet.
It gently sinks into the snowdrop-littered ground of the church graveyard. It’s lettering is faded with age, yet it tells me of relatives, whose two-hundred-year-old life I wish I knew. With our lives viscerally connected by my presence, five generations … Continue reading