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‘I wish the word they call freedom someday would come’

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Oh, the things we took for granted that no longer are.

Going out, shopping for clothes and shoes, travelling — on buses, planes, trains, and automobiles — hair salons, manicures, massages, rubbing shoulders with strangers, slow dancing in clubs, picnics, tea with friends, lunch with the girls, dinner dates in low lit restaurants.




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Marla Bishop

Marla Bishop

Londoner, philosophy graduate, journalist, relationship coach, wife & mother. MA in Novel Writing; working on 1st novel. Follow me:

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