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Who’d Marry Me

A 50-word story

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“Why aren’t you marrying,” they’d ask me.

“Something defective?” “You gay,” they’d comment.

And I’d boast to them my philosophy of enjoying my bachelorhood and of finding true love, etc.

If they’d only stop to care instead of bothering, they’d know the true reason was more like,

“Who’d marry ME?”

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“‘Great things come in small packages,’ they say. But I’ve noticed small things also come in small packages.” —J.A. Taylor

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Srinath

Srinath

Tired of a normal life. Afraid of a different one. I’ve taken refuge in Poetry and dreams. Aspiring Aspirer.

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