Portrait of Her

Portrait of Her

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My heart is broken in two. Gosh, I really never knew it could be so finite or just this definitive. I never knew a slice could be so even-or a paring knife this sharp. They say, qOut of sight, out of mind.q They say, qFriendship is the only rose without a thorn.q They say, qIt's better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.q And they say: qHappiness is two scoops of ice cream-A warm puppy.q The other day, Peter said, qYou'll never have as much money as me! You'll never have a career like mine! You'll always be behind me, trailing!q After a twenty-six-year-old woman unsuccessfully tries to hang herself in her bedroom, she begins to reminisce about her past loves. There was Brian, her first serious boyfriend, and then Cal, the one they called qMr. Personality.q But it's Peter, a famous, older author with whom she has been involved for three years, that she just can't quite let go. A conversation with her mother opens the window into her soul, helping her realize that she is not defined solely by her relationships, but something much deeperAs I took a walk around the kitchen and tried to search for the coffee maker, I felt watched. Watched ... Truth was, having found the coffee maker, an enormous Proctora€”Silex number in white, I couldna#39;t for the life of me figure out how it worked.

Title:Portrait of Her
Author:Ellen Bloomenstein
Publisher:iUniverse - 2007-02


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