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Overcoming thoughts of suicide

Like many, I have been moved by the recent suicides of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. As someone who appreciates the art of fashion and food, I admired the work of the iconic American designer and I enjoyed watching Anthony Bourdain on his globetrotting adventures, bringing insight and curiosity to the people and cuisines he encountered with his various shows.

For two people who appeared to have so much going for them in life, it might seem impossible not to

The calm, Cool face of the riverAsked me for a kiss.

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