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I’d hoped we could be friends. I’d hoped we could be more. Maybe you’d leave your wife. Maybe I’d leave my husband. Maybe we’d buy a little shelter together, past the burned out Walmart and maybe I’d suckle six fat … Continue reading

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He feels hollow, imperfect this place inside him that isn’t there anymore, but the outside never was. He doesn’t have all the things he needs to feel whole, but he doesn’t have anything else to make the best of it. … Continue reading

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Not a big deal — I didn’t put my heart and soul into it. I’m slightly astonished that it was rejected so quickly; I’m sort of hoping it meant that it was rejected out of hand due to a lack … Continue reading

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