We’re More Than a Sea of Problems

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The ticking of the clock should be a premonition, each second winding down to a moment when you’ll leave — or should I do the walking?

I wanted the world to know you were mine, but our plays of affection had long become stilted — the ways of bad reviews for movies in the paper, all that hype built up only to come crashing down.

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just another writer with too many cats

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