Tom at the Farm

Michel Marc Bouchard’s note on Tom at the Farm

Losing someone suddenly is a thread that snaps, breaking the ties to the other person, the man who is no longer there. The survival instinct takes over and the unravelled pieces of life try to piece themselves together with other unravelled pieces. It hardly matters with whom or with what. Other people become synonymous with the one who is no longer there: a brother, a son, a lover.