Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Poignant Anniversary

Happy Anniversary, my love. Though there be darts from Hell, or demons railing against us, as long as we are together, they are but minor obstacles.

For a while yet, there will be small victories here and there along with some devastating defeats. Don't let them take your joy away. We're together. That is what is important. 157 months together today. A nice mark in our relationship.

Monday, May 22, 2006

Sunday, May 21, 2006


The ache is excruciating at times. My little buddy is still far far away.

I've cried out to gods of stone and spirit. A futile thing that. It's certainly as good as trying to convince unfeeling men of "justice" to listen to the plights of a little boy who wishes to be home with his mother.

The donor just filed a court ruling to have my friend whisked away with nothing more than a few lies and a signature. Suddenly, the life of a little boy is turned upside down. Where is the justice in that? Who hears his sobbing in the night? I can't. I can only imagine how he is crying. That seems worse.

Friday, May 19, 2006

Be Strong

Be strong, my little friend. We know you don't want to be there with the man who says he is your father. He doesn't deserve the title father. You named him rightly as the donor. He is nothing more than that, and that he is a scoundrel deserving only our richest contempt.

When asked questions by the authorities there, speak up. Tell them what YOU want. Be truthful. Maybe someone might listen. Someone must listen to the one person this is all about. That's you.

I love you, little friend.

Wednesday, May 17, 2006

The Grieving

A sad day today when I found out that you were no longer on the island. You were taken away and I wept uncontrollably. Where is my buddy? Where is my little friend?

You were taken far far away by a man who doesn't love you and who was strong enough to rip you out of the lives of people who do.

Kasper still sits by the door, waiting for you to take him for a walk and we often turn our heads to the door too, expecting the same.