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inherited dads wallet and accompanying hole.

by Inhale_brevity on September 5, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


My father was enamored with life but couldn't hold on to money or any other 'thing' but love. I have his wallet and since he died I've become more spontaneous, irrational, filled with the world's beauty. But also with his restlessness am the loss of him.

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