"It's depression, can I come in?"
"Yeah...I'm kinda busy today," I said.
"I'm free next Tuesday."
"I'm busy that day, too."
"How's tomorrow night sound?"
"I have a date with anxiety."
"You're sleeping with anxiety and me (depression)?"
"You know what I lied; panic attack visits me from time-to-time," I said. "Kinda like a side-chick, and besides, I think we need a break."
"Are you...are you breaking up with me?" depression asked.
"It's not you; it's me."
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The Lonely Position of NeutralPoetry
Ben's throat cancer has returned. Living a lonely life, he found a woman he loves but finds out she's been unfaithful. Ben starts to think the lonely position of neutral isn't that bad. He writes poems and dialogue narratives. Will Ben survive cance...