100 Words on Love: She’s Connecting the Dots For Me

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100 Words on Love, by John Dwyer

I wrote about being caught in a thunderstorm for a college application and I loved my English teacher

for telling me to avoid the juxtaposition of “climax” and “in my long hair.”

 

I loved a girl who changed her address as often as her hair and a girl whose heart stayed

in St. Louis and when I couldn’t steal their hearts, I stole those other things.

 

The woman I love likes to ruffle my hair, tells me that juxtaposition sounds pompous and

crosses out the name of every ex. I think that she’s connecting the dots for me.

 

Like this? Read the rest of the 100 Words on Love series.

 

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About John Dwyer

John Dwyer is the co-editor for The Strip (adult language but SFW). Learn more about him on his website or contact him through email, Google, and Twitter.

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