There are spaces between our fingers. Spaces that feel empty and lonely, terribly and inevitably miserable.

You cannot appease them by wearing rings. You cannot talk sense into them by letting them be.

You must look for the perfect fit. The fit of another’s fingers.

Left onto his right, right onto your left.

A perfect match.

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