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May 29, 2021 14 min

I was at a place this week that I could surrender to my life's loss and feel justified, yet when I started comfortably setting into it, it didn't feel right. Not only did I not want to be in that place, but I couldn't stop thinking about the ones still out there in the cold suffering physically. 


Draft of "They Lose Their Bodies"

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