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You My Son: A Micro Love Story

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At a parking lot by a shopping centre where I used to walk with him when he was an infant, we now have a spacious empty place where he rides his “big boy” bicycle. (Photo: Mpho Moshe Matheolane/ Supplied)
At a parking lot by a shopping centre where I used to walk with him when he was an infant, we now have a spacious empty place where he rides his “big boy” bicycle. (Photo: Mpho Moshe Matheolane/ Supplied)

Small love. Big love. Skinny love. Toni Morrison’s “love is or love ain’t, thin love ain’t love at all”. Early in the morning love. Love and honour your parents love. Love at the ends of its tether. “I can’t do this anymore” love.

Here Mpho Moshe Matheolane writes about the love of a father as a part of Arts24's series More Than One Kind of Love. 

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