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Demonic Irony

Ironically demonic. Of course that isn’t the way I described his actions to myself at the time. Nobody uses phrases like “a man possessed” any more. “Possessed” by what? There are no demons in the Twentieth Century, we all realize … Continue reading

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Uncoupling Suffocation

Parked in a car looking out on a body of water. A man and a woman think back. Well one of them thinks. ‘Remember,’ he says, ‘we’d walk by this lake in the evenings, when we were first married.’ The … Continue reading

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