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May 24, 1993|By Mel Tansill

She lives with obligation

and regret.

Her fantasies

no longer

comfort or protect.

They, too, are

aging, deserting her

like jaded lovers.

She will

eventually

regain control.

One more name

and one more house

still remain.

Perhaps then

she will be able

to sleep.

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