One-Liner Wednesday: last April

Revisiting last year’s Broome County Arts Council’s recorded readings for National Poetry Month, with Yours Truly in week three: https://broomearts.org/education/the-gift-of-poets/

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Author: Joanne Corey

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10 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday: last April”

        1. It is a small world! My spouse still works at IBM, among the small workforce remaining in the original home of the corporation. Most of the people like your father-in-law who worked in divisions that got sold off eventually lost their jobs, too. There is a resurgence of tech in Endicott beginning, centered around renewable energy, including batteries.

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          1. My father-in-law was a chemist and invented things like the black part of those photocopy sheets, that come in all the colors. Edward Bialczak…maybe they still know the name. It has been a long time. My husband passed away in 2018. His parents are in the crypt up on the hill behind the mall. I went and put some of my husbands ashes there and haven’t been back since. I spent a lot of time up there, while the kids were little especially. Back when I first met Bob the fun part of the visit was going to Philadelphia Sales to see what we could find!

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            1. I’m sure your father-in-law’s name is among the many patents that IBM is still proud to hold! So much has changed since you were here when your children were young, including the planned re-development of the mall and the closure of Philly Sales. I’m sorry to know that your husband has passed away but how thoughtful of you to place some of his ashes with his parents’.

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              1. Unfortunately they aren’t still there. I put a little bit of his ashes in many of the letters on the outside of the crypt. I didn’t know what else to do. I didn’t even know if I was going to be able to find them by myself. I guess some people might think that was gross or awful but…its done.

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