Getting Past The Past

Hope returns

Fil Mazzarino

“I’m going to the park.”

Jerry’s plant didn’t answer. It reminded him of his ex-wife, Sue, who ignored him for years. Once the fame wore off, so did the love. It shouldn’t have been that way, Jerry thought. I loved her, and she wasn’t a star.

It wasn’t an uncommon story. Sue had a crush on Jerry when he was a famous child actor. She faithfully watched…

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Old bones. Young heart. Uniquely arranged words. https://markstarlinwrites.substack.com

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Old bones. Young heart. Uniquely arranged words. https://markstarlinwrites.substack.com

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