I just couldn’t imagine being with anyone else other than Lauren and I wanted only her, always.
Chris Wiewiora earned his MFA in Creative Writing and Environment from Iowa State University. His nonfiction about relationships has also been published on the Billfold, Nerve, the Rumpus, and many other magazines. Read more at www.chriswiewiora.com.
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