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We Have Always Cried

I believe more of us cry than let on. We’ve just been keeping it on the low.

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“Sometimes I think I’m going to come home and find that you’ve hung yourself.”

That’s what my partner said to me almost ten years to the day, and I can still feel the chill kicking from my A/C and the agitation in my partner’s voice as I sat crying on the wooden floor of our…

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