Bara Cailín 5: 15 ‘its own book of condolences’

Like a nation forced to sign its own book of condolences the video testaments continued relentlessly. Even on the happiest of occasions a camera’s lens can make you feel tongue-tied but imagine how it would make you feel at a moment like this.

Whole families standing before it.

Orphaned children.

Weeping parents.

Single men and women.

New-found friends clinging together.

Confused.

Dazed.

Uncomprehending.

Everyone waits in line for their turn.

 

 

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