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back against the wall

perfect position to write.

not sure if the heat from this laptop will decrease the potency of my sperm.

I do not need potent sperm at this time, or perhaps ever.

wondering bout Neil Gaiman?

Children's stories etc.

It is time for M&M, peanuts, yellow, mostly.

A pedestrian poetics??????

Tomorrow is Monday. How does that feel?

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