So many things make us think of you sweet peach

A PBS movie on Emma Goldman and her incredible courage and idealism and struggle for freedom, contrasted with her lonely last years in exile as she lost her closest comrade Alex (Sasha) Berkman. Anyone who has lost a loved one can surely relate to her call beyond the silence after such passion and turbulence. ACTOR READS Voice of Emma Goldman: My dear, whom else should I write on this day but you. Only there was nothing to tell. I keep thinking what a long time to live. For whom? For what? But there is no answer. One thing, I can still find relief in housework and cooking. Let me hear from you, how you are Sasha dear. Affectionately, Emma. P.S. Do you want me to send you the Manchester Guardian and the Times Literary Supplement? Let me know. E" NARRATOR: He never got her letter. In the middle of the night on June 28, 1936, Goldman received a telephone call from Nice imploring her to "come at once." Arriving in Sasha's apartment, Goldman learned that he had shot himself in the chest. He died that night. BARRY PATEMAN: This great centerforce of her life is gone. I think it must have been in her life the most devastating personal loss she ever had. I don't think that, I know that. NARRATOR: Two months after Berkman's death, friends came to see Goldman in St. Tropez. They found her distraught, even, they thought, on the verge of a nervous breakdown. One friend saw her walking alone in the garden at Bon Esprit, calling out softly, "Sasha, where are you?" Full transcript

"...Further on up the road, Where the way dark and the night is cold, One sunny mornin' we'll rise I know, And I'll meet you further on up the road. Now I been out in the desert, just doin' my time, Searchin' through the dust, lookin' for a sign, If there's a light up ahead well brother I don't know, But I got this fever burnin' in my soul. So let's take the good times as they go And I'll meet you further on up the road." "Further On Up The Road", Jonny Cash, American V: A Hundred Highways

"...Twas in the darkest depths of mordor, I met a girl so fair, But gollum, and the evil one crept up And slipped away with her. Aint nothing I can do, no. Ramble on, And nows the time, the time is now, To sing my song. I'm goin round the world, I got to find my girl, on my way. I've been this way ten years to the day, ramble on, Gotta find the queen of all my dreams. Gonna ramble on, sing my song. Gotta keep-a-searchin for my baby...Gonna work my way, round the world. I cant stop this feelin in my heart, Gotta keep searchin for my baby, I cant find my bluebird! I'd listen to my bluebird sing but I cant find my blue bird." "Ramble On", Led Zeppelin 2. Robert Plant lost his son Karac at age 7 to an intestinal infection.