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Listen: Jaclyn Kendall - “I Think of You Less Now”

It takes a long time to feel better. Eventually, memories lose their contours and begin their slow leak through hot blood, aching bone, tender skin. What once felt so present fades, away from pain, into the ether as an echo. The echo may reverberate back, but it's softer now, and cuts like a thorn mindlessly passed by (in the woods) rather than a cold blade.
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