Jay Sennett |||

From the Memoir, No. 2

It was years later, long after the woman in the elevator, when I grasped in a conscious way, and finally, the simple fact of the man who murdered my grandfather.

I am a survivor of domestic violence. The man meant to harm his estranged wife. My grandfather and I were collateral damage.

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