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After Doctor Hoffman hounded me to the mausoleum, I attempted to bring her to reason by explaining my history.  It was a strategy intended to knit her close enough so that she will feel some investment in protecting me rather than threatening me.

The essence of my unease, in truth, is simple envy.  Sarah appears to all but me, and yet am I the one man who loves her more than anything and sees her as more than a phantom.  That she has chosen to appear most often to David is not my reason for wishing him dead.  He simply leaves me too vulnerable.

BC

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