Monday, May 19, 2008


Take a man’s possessions.  Box them up.  Pack the delicate thoughts in newspaper so they don’t break.  Hang all of his daily costumes on wire hangers.  Pay the movers to take away his weaknesses, but give them wrong address to his new place. 

Leave the place as you found it.  Clean it thoroughly.  Put on a new coat of paint.  Air it out. 

Try and leave one tiny part of him in the place.  Something of his that won’t be missed, that he can hide for the next person to find.  

Don’t ever go back.



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