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I thought that the meaning of life was to meet the perfect girl, who asked for the impossible, got it, and then still wanted more.

She was 35 and with a 7 year old child. She wore a mullet and it was bonde. Her physique gave away on identity I only could scarcely relate too. Her teeth slightly gapped and legs quite scrawny. She walked like a duck with its beak stuck in its evacuatory chamber.

I dreamt of us in bed, only day dreams. She had no edifice of thought to cope with monstrous organic meanderings in an attention span driven gift, such as this. She could neither cope with copious amounts of information which at any second I could divulge to her. Well read I looked into her eyes which which beseeched me but cruel though they were I would not disarm. A limb here or there but never a coward. I combated her quine instance for pleasure (her word) decisiveness (mine!) Coupled organic locks together only to realize I was locking a door that lead into an abyss of sorts like timeshared twilight zone epochs and inphantasmal doors clinging to the precipise. Find me, I have hidden. When you do apologize for not critically critiquing what little I left you. I will forgive oh love, I will.

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Cheesecake dilemma was written on May 12, 2003--almost one year ago.



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