Category Archives: Literary Apothecary

Read up; part 38.

  Ever since man has learned to give each part of the body a name, the body has given him less trouble. He has also learned that the soul is nothing more than the grey matter of the brain in … Continue reading

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Read up; part 37. 

THE MYSTERIES The unsuspecting child first wipes the tablet and then writes the letters on it. God turns the heart into blood and desperate tears; then He writes the spiritual mysteries on it.   -N

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Read up; part 36. 

China Rich Girlfriend Trying to compose herself, Colette said, “Oh, it’s been terrible! Just terrible! After you guys left the party, this baby grand piano was wheeled out on the stage. Then John Major appeared and asked me to stand … Continue reading

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Read up; part 35. 

You stupid overmedicated bitch. If you don’t back that fucking jalopy out of my space, I swear to God, I’m going to punch you in your anti-aging-cold-cream face and permanently reverse five hundred years of white privilege and five hundred … Continue reading

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Read up; part 34. 

I keep listing, describing, explaining your every detail, all the elements that shape who you are, and I want to forever delay you coming to find me, perhaps forever delay my death and yours. I should never have written from … Continue reading

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Read up; part 33. 

Having to worry about whether someone is healthy enough to tolerate my fierce hatred or criticism before I decide to blame them — that’s what I call getting old. Masayo gave a somewhat serious sigh. But she had a smile … Continue reading

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Read up; part 32. 

Darkness as pitch black as the night of the new moon.   -N

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