it all comes back to duality.

you can be more than one thing.

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i used to lose consciousness more often than i’d like to remember, particularly during a dizzy spell in late september. i glided on concrete in my rollerblades and within seconds i embarked on yet another fainting escapade. poetry is not for the faint of heart - — but fainting is, and this is my art. how can it be that i love poetry yet my brain likes to fall fast asleep on me? it all comes back to duality — you can be more than one thing. it’s personality.

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