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"Three years have passed since this July 4th picture. We watched fireworks poolside in your backyard, surrounded by strangers, in a healthier state than today. I was cleaning out my car this week and found the keys to my old apartment that I made for you to escape your family; days later we went our separate ways and you never got those keys. If I close my eyes, I can still smell the scent of coconut oil in the kitchen and the bedroom. From time to time, I think of you fondly and feel a mixture of gratitude for the time and regret for the easy surrender."

"Three years have passed since this July 4th picture. We watched fireworks poolside in your backyard, surrounded by strangers, in a healthier state than today. I was cleaning out my car this week and found the keys to my old apartment that I made for you to escape your family; days later we went our separate ways and you never got those keys. If I close my eyes, I can still smell the scent of coconut oil in the kitchen and the bedroom. From time to time, I think of you fondly and feel a mixture of gratitude for the time and regret for the easy surrender."

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