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(Melanie's face) is

Blotchy and discoloured; it sags

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What do you think we all are -

Garbage bags you keep stuffing and stuffing?

2

Everything you cook

Is poison!

3

My family is just so ... Now you'd ...

Strange
Never say that ahroon.

4

She stares at him in astonishment

Finish the food in the freezer? What an idea!

5

Old people slumped on the

Benches as if gloomily waiting for the show to begin

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When they enter the Foodmart, she

Relaxes: it is as if she has come home

7

I want it!

She cries, snatching it back

8

You had that

Glow, y'know, the kind that pregnant women have

9

Like my driving?

1-800-EAT-SHIT

10

Summer is ... At them

Beating

11

The house ... With ...

Rings with emptiness

12

It's seems to be ... In the sun because she has ...

Frying
Spread quantities of oil over it

13

She might have been on display

At the Foodmart, gleaming with invitation. Almost, one feels, one might see a discount sign above it.

14

It is like confronting

His mother naked

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Or at the ... And ... Cut into the

Creases and wrinkles cut into the slack flesh of her bared belly, grey and soft

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His face ... From all the

Purplish
Strain of all his turbulent feelings

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Melanie spits out suddenly, with the

Same great force pent up in Arun and that he will not allow to burst out

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A resemblance to

The contorted face of an enrages sister who, failing to express her outrage against neglect, against in attention to her unique and singular being and it's hungers, instead merely spits and froths in ineffectual protest.

19

How strange to

Encounter it here, where so much is given.

20

She will be blundering upstairs where

It will come streaming out of we, rejected

21

She seems

Sunstruck, bedazzled

22

To see is scarred and

Wrinkled, shrunk or sagging with age fills him not so much with disgust as with distress

23

Arun finds he

Has lost his appetite

24

The summer seems

Arrested in the sky, too dispirited to move