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  • When, in a cosy moment on a rainy day and between friends, you recall a memory from your shared past that you've happily stored, protectively in a blanket of your love. You have carried it for 30 years or so and it is a memory that links you both from the very beginning of time. You often pull it out to proudly show your friend. It is sweet in taste and teardrop funny. You both laugh and marvel at it, sometimes amazed by its pristine nature, sometimes in doubt it ever happened; what he had forgotten it to be. You insist that it always was. You always put it back where it belongs, safe in your history and carry it proudly into the future. This is love.
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