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Half The Woman

I don’t remember if I said goodbye to you at all. I was away, so far and living the dream, a sordid tale, the novella you would abhor. You, who had the sweetest heart in later years, your thick glasses … Continue reading

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Adios, amigas y amigos!

Shifting sands have brought to me Familiar hands, familiar eyes, Souls I never thought I’d see Held fast and blind with roots and ties. Taken away have been the fragile ones Their thin facade not meant to last, Tears a … Continue reading

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