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Sitting in a three-armed gown (fourth revision)

The technician in the aqua lab coat summoned the balding guy with the slightly bleeding shunt in the crook of his arm, with whom I had commiserated about the insipid iodine cocktail we were both sipping: he departed clutching at … Continue reading

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Leaving (3)

stare at the unbelievable polished oak and brass thing you are in sinks away I turn from the hole the incredible gap in the whole of us Face the hole in the world hole that is a blank wall I … Continue reading

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Leaving (2)

They really didn’t shovel earth onto the gleaming wood and brass, but they might as well; they lowered it through plastic turf that’s supposed to pass as grass and I guess they slowly tolled a bell; and I can’t just … Continue reading

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