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Reminiscences of 1970s D.C.

Was His Love Worth My Life?

Suicide was my response to my first loss of a great love

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I was standing after midnight on the upstream railing of the Arlington Memorial Bridge in D.C. in precisely the same position and state of mind that I had been for an hour, glaring down at the dark, cold Potomac waters swiftly flowing by and wondering…




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