A story, a poem, a note in a sheet of music—the most affecting art about loss is always universal.
It could be argued that, one way or another, each person becomes acquainted with loss; heartbreak, searing departures, and possessions we hold dear but have to let go of—these things and how we deal in its aftermath are what make us who we are.
Many a word has been written, time and again, about these pains. That this is true, only goes to show how timeless many of these stories are.
It will be a trying task, but these are the stories we want to hear.
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