“But the days arched over us and kept us typical to our era.” – Gary Lutz
This being my history, I snapped out of my marriage, pieced myself back into the population, prodded and faulted, saw red, then wed anew in wee ways.
This husband and I soon set a waning example of even our own business.
I later fell in with a girl who kept a cat on her head to stay warm.
I was mostly of a mood to pollute, and she was frank in her dreams, which she logged, but a liar in all other opportunities.
Then years had their say.
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