My Father Tried to Preserve Nature—And the Best of Him—In His Writing
My father has been gone for so long now. There’s nothing for me to escape anymore. I read his book to try to believe him again.
Cape Cod Wildflowers: A Vanishing Heritage
I must be wrong
A Vanishing Heritage
Who will notice their demise?
This is the last timeThis is the last time I’ll see him.
Choose to see what survivesDraw lines around what is beautiful, and fight for it.
Sarah DiGregorio is the author of EARLY: An Intimate History of Premature Birth and What It Teaches Us About Being Human.
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