a shift in mindset.

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i used to actively wish for demise

to knock knuckles against my door frame.

once, i walked along the beachside with the daughter of loki.

her hand slipped into the open spaces of mine and

she rubbed her thumb across the peach fuzz of

my pointer finger.

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