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Normal

When you enter a relationship, your “baggage” may be incomprehensible to your partner. As with everything, it takes serious work, even miraculous leaps of divergent thinking and understanding to get through to a working relationship. (#1025) Continue reading

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Sitting in a three-armed gown (third draft)

The technician in the aqua lab coat called the balding guy with the slightly bleeding shunt in the crook of his arm, with whom I had commiserated about the insipid iodine solution we were both drinking: he departed the tiny … Continue reading

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recognition

“I earned these lines; don’t you dare erase one of them!”—Anna Magnani, upon learning that a publicity photo of her had been airbrushed. In the morning I look at you as you sleep. You are so you: the fresh sweet … Continue reading

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