Word spread throughout the workforce: Joe was missing. He hadn’t been seen since the Christmas break. His wife was asking anyone that knew anything to please call.
New Year’s Eve she received the letter. Joe had driven into the lake. No explanations. No blame. No reasons why. “Just to let you know you can quit looking and where to find me “it read.
There’s an empty spot when someone you know commits suicide. It’s a hole that can never be filled.
It nags at you for all the rest of your life.
It doesn’t matter how close you are to the victim.
The question is always the same.
This week’s photo: © Shaktiki Sharma
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