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Not solitude – but an open-sourced humanity?*

Slept well last night.  Solitude at home is good, really good for me.  But perhaps what it really is ain’t solitude.  It’s being together with a person you actually click with.  You know, where things can be unsaid, not out of repetitive habit and duration but because – the very first time – it just seemed right.  And then on and on into the beyond.  And this leaving things unsaid isn’t leaving things unfinished.  It’s just such a sign of compatibility that – like something open-sourced about the humanity you end up sharing – nothing is owned, nothing is assumed, nothing becomes a chattel; nothing, and no one.  And respect is total.  And love, too.  And life, without a doubt.


* Love you very much; more than I can say – and I do say a helluva lot, and I do say it every day.  But even so, and even in your absence, and even in the jack-of-all-lacks I so often have been – well, even so, I love you very very much.

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