"Something in the hole grabs back. Something that doesn’t give up. Something with fingers and nails just like mine."
I get the melancholic task of laughing through my grief.
There—the small red cut marks on the knuckles, which any bulimic could identify as those made by the teeth when finger-inducing vomiting.
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The Year of Breath
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