July 3, 2012

“You don’t understand. You had
to ask me to leave you alone,”

she stammered and held her arms
as close to her sides as she could;

she was afraid of flailing; and she was
afraid of crying. How to make the
content clear? she wondered. Contact

was not possible till he made the move.
She had been 86’d in the past, and now

is not the time to push her luck with
such things. But he had a sheepish

grin that just said, “you could have
called whenever.”

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