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"Down to the altar of my fate, so be the deadweight despair that certain darkness brings, the knowing, the stalking, the scheming of lifeless light as the moon's feeble crescent waned. So I urged as a naked lover - you sustaining me so unperturbedly at ease...no one could have sinned my sins but me. How and who I stigmatized, these crimes were mine alone." Jill Alexander Essbaum

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