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Warning: This post was published more than 12 years ago.

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The Death of Yesterday (Observer)

This is a fascinating read about a man who has an extremely short memory, and his relationship with his wife. Well worth a click.

This 254th post was filed under: Headliner.






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Comment from Ann


by Ann

Comment posted at 18:49 on 6th May 2006.

I have just read this moving piece, what a dreadful thing to go through after such a short time married. I am pleased she came to terms with it and is now in a happy place, god bless them both.


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