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once, when i was still grieving over you, my dad asked me how can you miss him? it's like missing a toothache. but actually, your presence was also the morphine, a pleasant numbness, a blissful ignorance to all the pain you were causing; and when you were gone i couldn't stop running my tongue along the smooth expanse of emptiness, over the gaping hole you left, tasting the blood and the bitterness of loss in my mouth and it was only then that the ache began to throb insistently, demanding to be felt. i guess i missed the sugar coated decay.

—b.m.s

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once, when i was still grieving over you, my dad asked me how

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