Erasure

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6 thoughts on “Erasure

  1. You, Candice, have a way of precisely and perfectly capturing the human experience. Complete, utter, and unabashed poetic perfection.

    I remain a huge fan.

  2. It’s one thing to be a part of someone’s past, remembered, even if bitterly, but to have no place there, that is quite another kind of pain. Erasure is rarely, if ever, mutual.

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