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April 11th, 1982
Time passes with no record— because there is nothing to document. An endless procession of days and nights. A montage of work and subways and movies and loneliness. There are moments of quiet joy as I relax and accept a daily scenario devoid of romance, drama, meaning. It is a state of empty sobriety. I am an empty house— waiting for the guests to arrive.