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My Nonfictional Story About a Role Space Has Played in My Life

The Library’s Libations Leech Life Lessons

Ascertaining the purpose of the personal dimensions of space

A mixed drink bubbling with a light green garnish in golden liquid and light — almost making it glow — sitting on a golden wooden board, elevated on a bartender’s counter but all else is dark around it except the silhouettes and shadows of liquor bottles.
Photo by Ash Edmonds on Unsplash

It was called “The Library”. It was a small upstairs bar with no windows but brightly lit like a friendlier version of a would-be cigar lounge for men if it…




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