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Sullivan, K. (2011). Falling in Love, Couples Therapy, Session One. Psychoanal. Perspect., 8(2):278-279.

(2011). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 8(2):278-279

Falling in Love, Couples Therapy, Session One

Kathleen Sullivan, LCSW, MFA

again

strangers

outside my door

blown

up the brick walk

like cardboard

discarded and torn

from his hardened eye, a tiny fire

spits

she

has thin hair and bitten nails

I could never love them

how do you do sit down tell me

your story your story tell me your story

soon once more

I see …

she is empty like the dark universe

and beautiful and sad

he is a monk tending

earth's fire

closer they are coming

closer.

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Sullivan, K. (2011). Falling in Love, Couples Therapy, Session One. Psychoanal. Persp., 8(2):278-279

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