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Wizard like tendencies

“I’m pulling the curtain back on life today. No more hidden things in my world. I am severely exhausted with all the visors that surrounds me and wish for sheer vials. Paul text me at 2am. He simply said hi, to which I responded ‘stranger’, that’s all; ‘stranger’. It is true, he is nothing like the man that I met two years prior. He has been completely different for about a year now. Drastically different, in fact if he had not the huge tattoo on his leg I would challenge whether or not he was a new person all together. I guess it is back to the wait and see game for he hasn’t attempted contact again.”

 

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