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Once again, the tears seeped. The partition where the heart breaks. Forging the move, away from the judgment, into the seclusion; quiet backyards, neighboring houses. The sun set, casting the sky into grey. A violent head throb. The effects of this one thing.

Unearthing the correct key to the door. Climbing the stairs, latching the door with a slam. The safe place. One cries, laughs, jeers, screams, giggles, and shouts; a fusion of…




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