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  • John Burgess

    The Battlefield Where the Moon Says I Love You by Frank Stanford. My summer reading. Highly recommended.

  • Deb

    Books About Death by People Who Committed Suicide

  • Jane Stephens Rosenthal

    because none of you know what you want follow me / because I'm not going anywhere / I'll just bleed so the stars can have something dark / to shine in / look at my legs I am the Njinsky of dreams

  • Deacon Chapin

    The most haunting thing I've ever read.

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