Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle

from Autobiography of a Marguerite   The doctor just said there was no cause and no81 cure, and if I didn’t take those drugs I would end up in a wheelchair82 I felt embarrassed when I had to buy food, The first time I wore my mother’s shoes, I broke my ankle My sister wanted a ride to school but my mother said no, because there was nothing wrong with her and she needed the exercise She felt sick so she didn’t eat and then she felt sick from not eating, Sometimes, at school, people would ask me83 what was“Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle”

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Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle

1 We were going to. After switching damaging recover. (we need more pronouns.) Grass aches against the epicentre of baldness. Since, may, continuous, concede. (Mother. Move your hair. The bald spot is showing.) To abnormalise: (Describe the worst event in your childhood.) To thaw pre-frozen emotion: (Imagine you’ve just won a prize. What do your parents say.)   2 “No” lacks a bloodstream, she forgets it can be a complete sentence. A part and apart. Come to dinner, we’re having the skulls of mushrooms. (But there’s no room for me.) Socialise, generalise, compromise, improvise, circumcise, no surely not. Appetiser: what“Zarah Butcher-McGunnigle”

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