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December 2007, vol 3 no 4

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Lean Zoller



Getting married is no big deal to me. We've dated for four years, sometimes long distance; we live together now. A license is just a piece of paper stating what already is. We're not settling down, I reassure myself.

He asks about buying a house. I panic.

five cities, four years
snow that won't stick
to grass